Thanks once more for becoming a member of my Portray the Panorama workshop. Listed here are hyperlinks to all the teachings in case you missed any:
Lesson 1: The Concept and Reference Photograph
Lesson 2: Planning and Technique
Lesson 3: Portray and Approach
Lesson 4: Self-Reflection
On the finish of the workshop, I invited you to color your personal interpretation of the reference picture. We acquired many great submissions; thanks!
It’s attention-grabbing to see all of the totally different interpretations of the identical scene. It additionally give me just a few concepts for a way I may method my work in a different way.
Beneath is a showcase of scholar works (those that agreed for his or her work to be shared). I’ve additionally offered some temporary commentary on every.
Hello Arnaud. Love the dabs of shade and the distinct model. It has a van Gogh really feel to it.
Hello Teresa. Fascinating and moody take. The darker, much less saturated colours make the flowers seem extra gorgeous against this. Nicely performed!
Hello Sue. Lovely purples and blues. I like the way you modified the composition and painted with panorama dimentions moderately than portrait dimentions. Not straightforward to do. It has a extra open really feel to it, notably with the adjustments you made to the sky.
Hello Robert. Nice use of texture and use of crimson across the backside. The crimson provides a burst of heat to the portray and performs properly towards the ocean of greens. Additionally, good use of approach variance to convey the totally different areas.
Hello Priscilla. Fascinating take. I like the way you modified the composition and made the flowers and vegetation within the foreground extra unfold out. It seems such as you stained the canvas then painted excessive. It really works properly. The stained floor performs into the thought of grime, rocks, bugs, and so forth.
Hello Phil. The colours pack a punch! Good directional brushwork to match the totally different areas.
Hello Paula. Energetic portray with the damaged shade. Colours nearly seem to vibrate. Like it. I’m a giant fan of this method, as you may in all probability inform from my work. And good use of temperature distinction, with the nice and cozy lights cool shadows.
Hello Olga. Nice brushwork variance. With the grass and vegetation on the underside right-hand facet, it seems such as you scraped these particulars into moist paint. Nice thought.
Hello Lorna. You will have a clear and complex model. Like it, notably the detailing across the backside. You must strive watercolors when you haven’t already; I feel your model and approach would work notably properly with that medium.
Hello Linda. Love the wild, untamed nature of this and the play between muted greens and bursts of saturation.
Hello Linda. It’s a moody, atmospheric take. I prefer it. Good work with the smooth and onerous edges to direct consideration. And robust use of worth.
Hello Frank. Fascinating detailing within the foreground and use of a darkish shade theme. I like how you will have woven the timber and sky collectively and the darkish tree trunks which act as darkish accents.
Hello Etelka. Sturdy shade concord. There’s a way of heat about it. The blue flowers on the backside look attention-grabbing and pure. And good brushwork variance.
Hello Connie. Good directional brushwork that follows the contours of the land and love the wealthy, cool greens. The darkish accents assist anchor the portray.
Hello Bodh. Fascinating take! Nearly a very totally different scene. Not straightforward to do that. Love the yellow grass and the patches of element on the bottom.
Hello Beena. Lovethe brushwork and flower patterns. It’s pleasing on the eyes. Fascinating play between muted colours and the bursts of shiny, saturated colours.
Nicely performed everybody!
Draw Paint Academy
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