You should do some famous people portraits. So that the famous people will buy them.
Hey, what ground do you work on? How do you keep your paper(?) from buckling? I really like the almost-woodgrain texture on the face. This is gonna be sharp!
oh my, that's really good!
damn so pretty...are those watercolor?
Doug>Famous people portraits.. really.What are you drunk?Tran>I assume they're sable. How do you find they compare to Yarka or, W&N series 7 brushes?:)
i always adore your artworks :-)
you are beyond amazing.
tRAAAAN!!! the work is looking super awesome!! I know you've been busy and I cant wait to see you finish all of these and take some needed rest. Keep up the awesome work :)
Tran! I had no idea that you got into Spectrum! Maybe I was completely out of the loop, but it was amazing to turn the page and there you were! Congratulations!^.^ Gwen
good workparabensof Brazil
Hope to see some of you guys there!CGriffin: I work on a normal flat surface. I don't use too much water so guess that's why?Joe: It's acrylics.scottobinone: I haven't had the chance to use the other brands but I hear W&N is good.
Looks nice, triangles are my latest obsession, so it's nice to see something geometrical combined with something organic...
Stunning is the word here!