Friday, February 02, 2007

Feb 2,2007

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Blogger Matt said...

I'm enjoying seeing this one rounding into shape. Are you working from a model or photo in this one?

7:05 AM  
Blogger Value Added Paper said...

The background is loosly based on a photo taken inside a cathedral by a friend of mine. The figure is from a group of photos of one of my favorite models posing in front of the studio doors at my co-op. I crashed and burned on this painting the next day. Not an uncommon occurence with watercolors. I didn't have the heart to post it. I'm hoping I can pull it back from the brink tommorrow. Challenge or oppurtunity?

8:51 PM  
Blogger Josh Gentry said...

Couple of comments from the peanut gallery. When she says that the window in the background is loosely based on a photo, she means the real window is not that freakin' huge. That bit of creative license adds a fantastical touch to the paintings that I really enjoy.

The pictures of the model were obviously not taken in front of the imaginary window, but the reason they work for a reference is that they were taken in front of glass doors, so the lighting is similar to what it would be if you took a picture in front of that non-existent window.

11:37 AM  

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