Ha, funny! But now we can see how well you start; these apples are already very nicely modeled, and you've got that sense of light going well.You've got to keep decoy fruit around, for cases like this!
Bill... I like that you understand the power of highlights! Nice. So glad to be connected with you bro111111F
Hi Bill,I just found out that you'd commented on my blog here at blogger,,,,,you came over from Stapes blog,anyway I started a blog elsewhere which is why I never noticed before, so my real blog (which has a bit on it about Maui, not much yet, but some)www.littoralstudio.com/blogHave a good one!
LOL!!! I thought this was finished and was going to compliment you on the way you expertly captured the shininess of the apples. Your artistic talents is only surpassed by your generosity.
good grief this is good! Super-realistic. Perfect colors and shapes--bravo!
Those royal gala are there to be eat and you can believe me, I now those ones so goo I eat one a day as per doctors orders. Superb color nuances top of the line highlights, reflected light to. Wow! Bravo my friend… I think I go to the kitchen and regal my self.
Very nice! No hard lines, love them.
Thank you all very much for your comments. It'shelpful and very encouraging. I hope to continue painting. I hope you continue also, as it is your paintings that inspire me most! :)
great colors and great light, nice one !
WOW Bill!!! That little boy would probably ask to eat the apples in this painting they look so real!!! Fantastic~~~
Hi Jan! Thanks! I enjoyed painting this. I think still lifes are good exercises, it helps me to focus on the subject. I want to tell you, your paintings are a joy to view. I'll be commenting on some, but like everyone of them!
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