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love that gif lewps!!

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thanx popiax my dude

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Works in progress

 

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Very nice isumber, especially the first photo(s).

I haven't posted in this thread in a loooong time so here are some paintings from the past few years. Sorry it's not "recent"! All oil on canvas:

 

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Warm Cloud Dawn - 39.5" x 51"

 

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Cloud Religion  - 30" x 32"

 

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It Was Raining Stars  - 54" x 41"

 

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In the Clearing - 24" x 18.5"

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^ nice colour work!

 

also lol at that dank gif from lewps

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ah why not, here's a bunch more:

 

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Tree of the Quiet Minds -  34.5" x 43"

 

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Good Morning World -  17" x 12"

 

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Radiance  - 30" x 40"

 

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Into the Melting Canyon  -  27" x 51.5"

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 I like how you transition your colours LARRY. Especially from the last batch. It's not to my taste too much, but still i thought the designs and the way you rendered them was pretty cool, if you understand what i mean.

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 I like how you transition your colours LARRY. Especially from the last batch. It's not to my taste too much, but still i thought the designs and the way you rendered them was pretty cool, if you understand what i mean.

 

Thanks, I use alot of paint thinner and a big brush to do the blends. Oil paint makes gradients fun.

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 ahhh, way too complicated for me being a pen and pencil boi. i can kind a get what you mean though.

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 I like how you transition your colours LARRY. Especially from the last batch. It's not to my taste too much, but still i thought the designs and the way you rendered them was pretty cool, if you understand what i mean.

 

Thanks, I use alot of paint thinner and a big brush to do the blends. Oil paint makes gradients fun.

 

 

Yah, beautiful gradients, yo.  The graphic elements with gradients looks great!  If I had extra extra extra money I'd ask if "It Was Raining Stars" was for sale (cuz it'd cost like $400 extra just to send it over), because it's a nice piece but also that horizontal-line type flaw in the center is some sort of juxtaposition of smooth/flat and *gash*, which I suppose life is sort of like.  Because life is not perfect, but it can still be beautiful.

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 I like how you transition your colours LARRY. Especially from the last batch. It's not to my taste too much, but still i thought the designs and the way you rendered them was pretty cool, if you understand what i mean.

 

Thanks, I use alot of paint thinner and a big brush to do the blends. Oil paint makes gradients fun.

 

 

Yah, beautiful gradients, yo.  The graphic elements with gradients looks great!  If I had extra extra extra money I'd ask if "It Was Raining Stars" was for sale (cuz it'd cost like $400 extra just to send it over), because it's a nice piece but also that horizontal-line type flaw in the center is some sort of juxtaposition of smooth/flat and *gash*, which I suppose life is sort of like.  Because life is not perfect, but it can still be beautiful.

 

 

thanks! about that flaw - that horizontal line is the result of poor/cracked priming of the canvas. It's good to hear it doesn't ruin the piece. I've convinced myself I'm ok with it at this point.

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 I like how you transition your colours LARRY. Especially from the last batch. It's not to my taste too much, but still i thought the designs and the way you rendered them was pretty cool, if you understand what i mean.

 

Thanks, I use alot of paint thinner and a big brush to do the blends. Oil paint makes gradients fun.

 

 

Yah, beautiful gradients, yo.  The graphic elements with gradients looks great!  If I had extra extra extra money I'd ask if "It Was Raining Stars" was for sale (cuz it'd cost like $400 extra just to send it over), because it's a nice piece but also that horizontal-line type flaw in the center is some sort of juxtaposition of smooth/flat and *gash*, which I suppose life is sort of like.  Because life is not perfect, but it can still be beautiful.

 

 

thanks! about that flaw - that horizontal line is the result of poor/cracked priming of the canvas. It's good to hear it doesn't ruin the piece. I've convinced myself I'm ok with it at this point.

 

 

Yah, I used to- and might continue to- leave intentional mistakes in my paintings, so I could be satisfied with imperfection.  Nothing is perfect, and that's okay.  Doesn't mean art can't be executed to ultra level, though.  In your case, the only downside is that 150 years from now, that crack might rot.

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Hey art people,

Can anyone explain to me the difference between the red and blue Modulor Scale?

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+1 on the lovely larry-colours

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That's lush, love it. Reminds me of Fiona Rae

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Googles 'Fiona Rae'.

 

Far more magical than my random stabs of paint and ink :)

 

M.

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Yeah these are great, thanks for sharing.

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:) Huge Thanks! :) [humbly backs out of the room]

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