drawings and watercolours by jane minter
Love it, Jane. Your background washes are superb.
Hmmm ... I have a question. Do you prefer to apply the washes with brush or to pour?
hi katharyn thanks for looking ..it was a good lesson and subject ...liked the bg washes messed up the final wash on the umbrella ... most of my washes are applied with brush ..lots of water and tilting .. i know you enjoying pouring .. the little pouring i have done is really exciting ... excellent start to your horse portrait
This tells a story ... who has left this here in the misty rain? Very atmospheric ... and I love the way you've painted the grid with the lost and found edges, texture and light.
A very nice picture. I like it.I like the colors very.
What an unusual subject, so beautifully painted! I find it very intriguing
Hi there theresa thanks for looking... i think that's why everyone liked this lesson ...very little detail to suggest the grid...didn't use enough water in bg wash :)hello kerstin thankyou glad you like the colours i used greens paynes grey raw sienna hi there cynnie thankyou Marina is a wonderful teacher and artist....there were some beautiful finished paintings from the lessonhi blaga not sure i like the 100% end result but enjoyed painting it and learning alot along the way...would be a good exercise to re-paint this.
I love this a lot, Jane! Your wash is so mystifying and beautiful!! It proves you don't need a whole lot of detail to evoke an emotion :) xox
hi rose thankyou so much.
Jane, you are master of watercolor. And the mood of rain, loneliness and breakage is so strong here.. Bravo.
hi irina definately not a master ..learning lots :) thankyou
Hi Jane. I agree with Irina on this one - this is a masterly piece. I love it :)
thanks for your kind comment micheal lots of practice needed ..working on it :)
Bellissimo lavoro Jane! E' davvero incredibile il controllo dell'acqua e del colore a cui sei arrivata. Bravissima!
thankyou tito for your words of encouragement ..ciao jane
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