Friday, December 01, 2006

digital practice


I am going to paint her portrait this weekend and wanted to get familiar with her likeness. Working loose digitally is fast and easy to make changes, but my true love and enjoyment is still working with real paint!

6 Comments:

Blogger Colin Fix said...

Hey Bill, I really dig the values and angularity of this one. The cool light on the right of her face is also a juciy touch.

4/12/06 8:57 PM  
Blogger chris chua said...

beautfiul and stunning...love that look in her eyes.

7/12/06 11:34 AM  
Blogger Joshua James said...

That's great! Love the bold shapes.

-JtJ

27/1/07 9:03 PM  
Blogger Annie Fix said...

This is beautiful, Bill. I love how you described her face with bold, flat shapes, yet captured the fragility of her femininity at the same time.

30/1/07 10:51 AM  
Blogger blessedishe said...

I like the colours that you are using, usually this would not be my taste but yours is very unique

11/3/08 7:40 AM  
Blogger Tamyra Crossley said...

Hey Bill, I saw some of your work while on a trip to California where I grew up and had to buy your book. I love the loose sketches and how you seem to be able to capture the soul of the woman you are drawing. I am trying my hand at people and working with charcoal for the first time. Thank you for the inspiration.
Tamyra

13/8/12 12:34 PM  

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