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Capuchinas y cerámica

Postby Frank Joseph » Sat Feb 20, 2016 7:29 pm

hello :) Here I post a new painting with pastel.

http://www.asingularcreation.com/Gallery/displayimage.php?pid=100478
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Re: Capuchinas y cerámica

Postby jenn_iam » Mon Feb 22, 2016 4:22 pm

Hi Frank,

I like the color palate, you also have applied a very cheery appeal with the very Brightness to the work.
Only thing that I notice, is the variation of crisp to blur that happening here and there. If you can make whatever aspect consistent through out, then it would be solid. It could go either way - crisp, allows a more realistic view - close to photo aspect whereas the slight blur, allows for a soft - photo filter appeal. Again, either can work... its the application of both (intentionally or not) that is a bit distracting.
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Re: Capuchinas y cerámica

Postby Frank Joseph » Tue Feb 23, 2016 6:16 am

Hello, Jenn_iam :) Thanks for your advice and I respect very seriously. Intend to paint the picture with blurred background and the foreground definition is to give some depth to the painting. I do not like working the whole picture entirely in the same definition, because otherwise any focal point you want to do disappears. The idea is to draw attention to objects in the foreground and to blur around. I value your advice and I'll keep in mind. Thank you :)
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Re: Capuchinas y cerámica

Postby jenn_iam » Tue Feb 23, 2016 12:25 pm

Mm... I am OK with a background blur, what caught my eye, specific to the vase, dish and flowers... for instance: edges around the flowers in the vase, they are blurred... but the vase is crisp. Hope that helps. :)
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Re: Capuchinas y cerámica

Postby Frank Joseph » Wed Feb 24, 2016 9:55 am

Jenn_iam Thanks :) It all depends on what you intend to do when you paint. Look at this photo: http://www.asingularcreation.com/Gallery/displayimage.php?pid=100529

Here you can see crisp in the main subject, while in some of the edges are fuzzy, also the bottom and around. It all depends on the intention who the painter have, where he wants to draw attention and fade other objects. Fortunately there are many ways to paint, some people prefer a style and other different style, you can like it or not, but that's what gives you more wealth to Art. Thanks so much :)
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Re: Capuchinas y cerámica

Postby jenn_iam » Wed Feb 24, 2016 1:10 pm

Don't get me wrong.. I very much like it... to me its wonderful.
Just mentioned what caught my eye, is all... I agree - if its part of a technique or a style, then its fine.

The link you just posted - Love it!
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Re: Capuchinas y cerámica

Postby ehoeveler » Wed Feb 24, 2016 2:48 pm

The blurry flowers speak to me - I tried to do that in one of mine but Frank, You have nailed it! E
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Re: Capuchinas y cerámica

Postby Frank Joseph » Wed Feb 24, 2016 3:45 pm

Jenn-iam, I know you like it, because your comment here and also in my profile :) Many times I love painting in this way, it´s like a special atmosphere, different at least. In the beginning i didn´t like this way of painting, but with practice I was liking it. In the beginning I thoght like you :) Thank you so much.
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Re: Capuchinas y cerámica

Postby Frank Joseph » Wed Feb 24, 2016 3:48 pm

Thanks, E. :) This way of painting I like especially with pastel, I control better. I want to post a portrait that I painted recently. I will try to post it later. Thank you :)
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