Sunday, April 10, 2011

Watercolor - Portrait of Jen

My painting buds and I were supposed to go paint landscapes today, but the wind was so fierce that it blew my friend Jay's easel into a bush (Which cradled the easel and kept it from falling off a cliff and into a lake. Damaged his easel quite a bit though!) We decided to do portraits indoors  instead. Luckily, his wife was kind enough to volunteer. Yay! The lighting was so confusing. Blue light coming from outside, plus an incandescent lamp, plus bounced indoor lighting all over the place. Capturing light isn't my strongest skill. (Though I'm not sure what is. Some have said drawing animals. Not sure though). Anyway, there it is. Tomorrow we will try landscape painting again, but I think the weather will be even worse. Who knows what will happen :)

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wren said...

I'd say the winds did us a favor, we wouldn't have this lovely portrait otherwise. Being awesome is your strength... this is just stunning.

Sadami said...

Dear Tiffany,
Your work is quite good!! Interesting. your fine art work is very fine and detailed--that implies your wonderful drawing skills.
Cheers, Sadami

tiffannysketchbook said...

Thank you Wren and Thank you Sadami. I love both your watercolor blogs! :D