BAReam wrote:Frankly... I'm not entirely sure what the medium has to do with it. You can arrive at similar results with oils, acrylic, alkyd enamels or opaque/transparent watercolor.
Vision and ability are probably more cogent questions; and I would say yes
all the best... BAReam
bergina wrote:I completely agree with BAReam. Once you have a solid understanding of how the colors on the color wheel interact with each other, your choice of medium is really irreverent. Granted each one has its own strengths and challenges.
As BAReam stated, the vision of what you are trying to eventually create and ability to use your knowledge of how best solve the color challenges has little to do with the medium. Just pick something you like and are comfortable working with. Color knowledge and application is probably the most important aspect in creating a real quality painting.
Concerning this work,, forgive my tunnel vision, ( realist ) and no disrespect intended but I don’t understand this painting or your choice of colors but would like to know. I assume this is somewhat abstract and I am presently trying to get a feel and understand of this type of art. Please feel free to check out my images so you might have an idea where I am coming from.
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