I see nothing up his sleeve, great study. I like how you give him life with a rose. Awesome job!
Great values and really nice colors in the grays! I love the rose too!Karen
I just like this. The color and feeling and the movement of the shapes through the painting. What can I say...I just like it.
Hello ladies!Cheryl, 'Mr. Bones' was feeling romantic. He got the last rose in my garden.Karen, I'm still using the Cheetham palette. It makes great grays.Dori, this is very fast and loose. Needed to shake the rust off. Know what I mean?Thanks for the kind words, girls.
The back lighting was a great idea...Fast and loose treated you well! Nice job Silvina!
Jason, Thanks! Will we see a skull on your blog again soon?
Love it Silvina... he looks like he is happy, and ready to tango.This is a wonderful study you did in only an hour. Great job, girl!
Hello Silvina.I follow with interest his series of "Vanitas" I like them very much and they me resemble painters asValdes Leal, Luis de Morales, Philippe de Champaigne, Juriaen van Streeck and others many of the baroque, not if his intention is to do one "Memento mori" but his works are of beautiful.Hola Silvina, creo que entiende español, mi ingles es malisimo, le comentaba que me gustan mucho sus trabajos que entroncan con la tradición de las "Vanitas" barrocas, no se si su intención es hacer un "memento mori", sus trabajos son de una gran belleza plastica.Un saludo.
Silvina:"Will we see a skull on your blog again soon?"Yes. Today's post. You inspired me to take another swing at it. I'll leave the field to you now... :)
Omigod, girl, you rock! Yow! So what's the Cheetham palette?-- Connie, who watches in amazement
Diana, thanks. If he had a body I could teach him a little tango. ; )
Jose Antonio, please don't worry about your English and I won't worry about my Spanish, Okay? De una manera u otra nos vamos a entender! : )My initial purpose in painting the human skull was and still is to better understand the structure of the head in order to paint better portraits. Though now I'm having a lot of fun with it and see possibilities for a whole 'vanitas' series. I'm going to google each baroque artist that you mentioned. I'm very interested in their interpretation of the human skull. Saludos y gracias por la visita!
Jason, just got back from your blog. Brilliant work! That's one of the most beautiful skull paintings I've ever seen. You just kicked it up a notch. I'll have to roll up my sleeves and get serious now. : )
Connie, you're so funny. The Cheetham palette is;cad. green pale, cad. red, burnt sienna, indian yellow, yellow ochre pale, titanium white, manganese blue, cobalt blue, dioxazine purple, alizarin crimson and olive green.Layed out in that order.
Good Worksss !!!!!!!!!!!Greetings !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :-)
Bruno, ¡Che pibe, mirá lo que aprendí! Aprendí cómo poner los acentos. Ahora la questión es saber donde van. : (Gracias por la visita. : )
Wow , the lighting is gorgeous ! Beautiful study Silvina.
Sandra! Thank you. I'm so glad to hear from you. Just saw that gorgeous dog portrait you posted. Riveting.
Skull and rose.. nice touch. In my monitor there is a greenish cast - and it looks pretty darn good. Excellent work here Silvina!
Bill, thanks! You're seeing it right. I did paint it green.
Extremely enamored of your subject matter here! Not to mention your treatment of it.Good painting.
Decker, thanks. Glad you like it.
your drawing is fantastic. Wonderful abstract shapes here.
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