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Angels 2 - Living, Learning. Acrylic 18x24"

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Angels 2 - Living, Learning. Acrylic 18x24"

Postby ehoeveler » Mon Nov 11, 2013 4:27 pm

I have a good feeling about this one but please, lemme know or just enjoy! :D
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Re: Angels 2 - Living, Learning. Acrylic 18x24"

Postby nigelartist » Mon Nov 11, 2013 6:58 pm

You are totally right to feel good about this superb artwork. Genderless angels are described as such and that is what I see hear. The colours. brush strokes and overall demeanour are totally complimentary to each other. Simply divine Elizabeth and yes...you MUST be pleased with this artwork. I await impatiently for Angles 3!

God bless.

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Re: Angels 2 - Living, Learning. Acrylic 18x24"

Postby ehoeveler » Mon Nov 11, 2013 10:44 pm

Thank you so much, my friend.
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Re: Angels 2 - Living, Learning. Acrylic 18x24"

Postby nigelartist » Thu Nov 21, 2013 11:11 am

Come on you artists out there, please give E some good ( or hard) feedback on this great artwork. :)

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Re: Angels 2 - Living, Learning. Acrylic 18x24"

Postby ehoeveler » Thu Nov 21, 2013 5:58 pm

Lol! Thanks, Nigel. I know everybody is busy but I have supported many of you in this forum.
One of the reasons I signed onto ASC was because I needed critiques and still do!
Don't worry about me being mad if you don't like my stuff - will not affect my grading or support of your own work. Like I said, even if you don't like what you see, let me know! Thank You, E
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Re: Angels 2 - Living, Learning. Acrylic 18x24"

Postby Medved35 » Thu Nov 21, 2013 9:52 pm

Visually, I find the painting very interesting. The atmosphere reminds me of the movie " City of lost Children". If you haven't already, I suggest you watch it to find out what I mean.


Features on the face would be one way to create a stronger focal point, but it might kill the overall loose feel of the painting. I guess it depends how defined the face would be. One other thing, the halos kind of look like bonnets, which I'm totally cool with. I like the idea it could be both.

Ha ha E, I tried posting but you beat me to it. I'm not gonna gang up on Carl or anything, but some of the comments rubbed me the wrong way too. But, maybe I do have an issue of presenting a fully developed vision. I'm kinda different though.
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Re: Angels 2 - Living, Learning. Acrylic 18x24"

Postby ehoeveler » Thu Nov 21, 2013 10:01 pm

Thank You, Collin - I like it w/out faces, too. Appreciate your comment and I'll check the movie! :)
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