Thank You jcurry!!! I mostly use black Canson Mi-teintes paper (mostly because when I started painting that was the only thing I could find in Guatemala) It has two sides each one with a different grain; I like the softer side which I identify as the one that doesn´t have the sticker on it. I usually use black because I feel the colors jump at you even more than with any other color, but I have also used blue, grey, red and a purplish one. I have also done a couple of paintings on Sennelier La Carte which was a WONDERFUL birthday present I got
I don´t know if I´ve extended myself too much and anything else you want to know feel free to ask
I really like all three of these pieces...the copperish gold against the purple shadow is beautiful
Thank You Christine!!!
I too like the copperish gold against the purple shadow. Very nice effect.
Copper tone, Copper shines
Love the look, solid lines,
Purple mixed with gold,
A move I say is bold.
I like this one too. Thanks for the insight. I appreciate you welcoming more questions. I may take you up on that. I do plan to buy some pastels so any information is welcome. I have never worked with anything but oils, charcoal and graphite. I like the idea that pastels can be mixed on the paper.
Thank You Tristan!!!
The copper shine is just beautiful, I really like this series you're doing, great work!