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Value study in B/W

1 Nov 2012
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It's interesting to take a picture you've scanned once and then scan it again using the black and white option. You can learn a lot about how you're doing with your value studies. My cell phone lets you use the option of taking a picture in negative and that is also very helpful to see where you need light or dark added during a painting process.

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Charlie Gunn wrote
on 1 Nov 2012 11:27 AM

Very dramatic.

C. Brown wrote
on 1 Nov 2012 11:30 AM

My daughter came up with this idea. It is kind of neat.

kostadin wrote
on 1 Nov 2012 6:54 PM


C. Brown wrote
on 1 Nov 2012 8:16 PM

MAsterpiece kostadin? I've looked at your art and it's obvious your very very talented. So I'm thing that either you're now trying your hand here to see if your just as gifted at being a comedian as you are at being an artist or that maybe you've accidently ingested some sort of hallucinatory drug this evening.

kostadin wrote
on 1 Nov 2012 10:24 PM

C. BROWN i appreiate your sense of humor as well, I just had a few shots of vodka before I accidently pressed the buttons on my key board and I COULd not delete it after i had  published  your COMMENT, ha ha jk , but on a serious note, I Love the energy and the easiness of your art espacially the gestural qaulity of your alive mark makings, your art reminds me of one of my favorite GERMAn born artist Käthe Kollwitz . AGAIN congrats of this wanderfull work.