Après une longue interruption, j'ai décidé de reprendre ce blog pour y montrer mes peintures, pour la plupart numériques.
En effet,depuis environ un an, je me suis initiée à cet art qui était alors complètement nouveau pour moi. Reste donc à appliquer mon apprentissage à de nouvelles réalisations.
Here, I painted this cityscape for Studio notes , where Terry Miura asked us to use only 2 values at least at the beginning, ignore the details, choose one dominante color, avoid too numerous sharp edges.(This point was a little obscure for me).
I tried to follow this advice, chose french ultramarine as basic color.I had a black underpainting, as there was something else before.
For this painting, Lela Stankovic (PADT)asked us to be careful in this composition with the lost and found edges;our aim was to engage the viewer's mind as he gets subtle hints about what is not visible.
The advice was:
Avoid “fruit bowl effect” , having everything screaming for attention with an equal vibrancy. Slightly colored “grays” and “browns” are still very valuable balance in a painting. They allow our vibrant lights to thoroughly sing.
It was an interesting challenge, and I was happy to paint that.
This week, we were asked for the DPW challenge to paint a subject white on white.I took the picture given par Ann Feldman, because it pleased me.I have wanted to paint eggs for a long time. So, it's done!
Of course, here our eggs are not white, and I wanted to give their right colour for two of them.I hope you 'll like them!