Portrait oil

in #ntopaz2 years ago (edited)

ntopaz-image-0Since I tried to paint in oils, I wanted to repeat it again. Therefore, when @fourapril presented me the necessary supplies and paints a week ago, nothing more could stop me. To begin with, I decided to paint his portrait.

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This time the colors were different from previous ones, they were very bright and very cool mixed with each other. But at the time of the sketch I got it dirty and was afraid that the drawing would not work. Despite this, I decided to draw to the end. To my surprise, I liked drawing more than last time. There was a feeling that I sculpted a drawing of plasticine. First, the base, then added plasticity and volume. Very cool feeling :)


In total, it took me 14 hours to draw an a5 format picture. Of course, I could continue to improve it endlessly, but at this stage I was pleased with the result and decided to stop :) From now on, it is my love to paint in oils.
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Interesting, i like the way you started out.

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Very nice oil portrait of @fourapril, @kurokikuro :) I think you're handling the medium really well :D I like how you blended the skin tone, specially around the eyes, as it gives a fleshy feelings with the pink hues <3

I look forward to seeing more oils from you in the future, for sure :)