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  • Landscape

    Posted to Watermedia (Forum) by samichan on 11 Jul 2013
  • Critique anyone?

    Hello: My name is Harrison Collazo and I'm looking for honest, constructive critiques about my art in the hopes that I can learn to improve it. I just started my MFA in illustration at the Academy of Art of San Francisco and it would be nice to get feedback from different artists so that I can improve...
    Posted to Watermedia (Forum) by hcollazo2000 on 25 Mar 2011
  • Notebook Sketches

    I use a composition book to paint water sketches in. The lines in the paper should describe the scale of these sketches. I hope to turn these into larger works.
    Posted to Watermedia (Forum) by Gregory Becker on 14 Mar 2011
  • Notebook Watercolor Sketches

    I did these in a composition notebook that I got for 2 bucks. They are no bigger than five inches wide. I used just a pen and watercolor.
    Posted to Watermedia (Forum) by Gregory Becker on 3 Dec 2010
  • Barn series - several paintings in 1 month

    I want to share with you the work that I have done within one month period, between september and October. These works are each painted on 1/4 sheet of strathmore. Hope you enjoy! Comments and critiques are very welcome! "Barely standing" "Barn at Sunrise" "Dreary day" "Early...
    Posted to Watermedia (Forum) by YSokolov on 22 Oct 2010
  • Watercolor artist Seeking critiques!

    Hello everyone, I kind of picked up watercolor on my own, and I don't have a teacher or mentor who can really help me along. I would really appreciate some comments and critiques on my artwork to help my growth. here are paintings i'm not completely embarrassed of. here is a still life, Here...
    Posted to Watermedia (Forum) by Tiffanny on 13 Oct 2010
  • Re: My new landscape (start to finish)

    Here's today's progress. I have just worked the building on the left, did some beam work with the base color and some shadow. Using Azo Crimson and Ultramarine blue for the darker areas of the beams and Azo Crimson, Burnet Sienna and Yellow ochre for the brick as usual. I also added some touches...
    Posted to Watermedia (Forum) by YSokolov on 1 Mar 2010
  • Re: My new landscape (start to finish)

    I appreciate the suggestion, Denny. But I have never painted all bricks with one stroke, and probably will never use that approach. It just seem impossible to me :) Anyway, here's a little update of the progress. I worked the beams on the deck and finished up the awning, also done the triple window...
    Posted to Watermedia (Forum) by YSokolov on 26 Feb 2010
  • Re: My new landscape (start to finish)

    Thank you Margo! Here's a little update. Finished up the brick on the deck and added some yellow to the columns, and removed some of the masking fluid, about to start the detail on beams, and awnings.
    Posted to Watermedia (Forum) by YSokolov on 25 Feb 2010
  • Re: My new landscape (start to finish)

    3. I have started working on the brick work of the buildings. I usually put a lighter color down (as an underpainting) and then work the *** using; Burnt Sienna, Azo Crimson, and Yellow Ochre.
    Posted to Watermedia (Forum) by YSokolov on 25 Feb 2010