This is another step in my ongoing project. I still have a few little things to change in the face as far as the features and shadows are concerned. I'm thinking that if I add a little purple in the skin it will slightly make the green a little more gray and blue to come a little closer to the appearence of Jade. Anther thing I am thinking of is that if I analyze the the green of the skin and then do an analysize of the skin tones of the picture it will point the way to what I need to add to get to skin tones if that is what I decide to do. On the backgraound I am working toward a marble look. So, what do you think so far?

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Charles Jones a.k.a. Bambootiger

About Charles Jones a.k.a. Bambootiger

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I grew up on the prairie cap rock of the Texas panhandle , and started to read on my own from the Encyclopedia Britannica before I started school. My parents had little education but probably never said no to any book salesman or book club. In the sixth grade I was reading at the grade level of 13.5 at three times the average adult speed with comprehension in the top percentile. When our daughter was four I noticed that on her own she was drawing a wicker chair. I had done some drawing as a teenager but there wasn't much I could show her, so I started doing research through the inter-library loan system and borrowed books from private and public libraries across the U.S. With this I added a little of my own ideas such as the little amount of spherical trigonometry I picked up to get a handle on perspective. So here I am, and at 51 I still have never physically been in an art class or art museum.