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posted on Dec, 23 2004 @ 04:22 PM
so here i am peter boos at
I do aquareles and sketshes of the human body, with some real models.
I'll do aquarels (or some call it waterpaint) in whitin 15 minutes mostly 10 minutes. and yep that's damn fast art hehehe.
Well can't ask to someone please stand still for the next hour that would hurt.

posted on Dec, 23 2004 @ 05:44 PM
thanks for sharing, I like your technique, is it straight watercolor or watercolor pencils?

posted on Dec, 30 2004 @ 07:19 PM
Well in the netherlands we call this aquarels, i am not sure but perhaps it's called water colors in english. any way it is just pain (or a crayon) which solves in water. So i'll put the crayon or paint on an old CD then put my pencils in water to solve the paint, and then i start to paint, it goes paint directly i don't have time to draw it first (as it are real models, it hs to be done whitin 15 minutes)

Sadly however the drawing club (i was the only painter overthere) with real models seams to have stoped. Now i need to think about other ways to get models to paint, thats not easy to do.

posted on Dec, 30 2004 @ 07:26 PM
oh oh my worse english....

I use paint or crayon which solves in water.
I Put it on an old CD mixing the collor i want.
Then i put my pencil in water.
And i stroke the pencil over the mixed paint.
And then i'll paint on paper.

The technique isn't easy but i was finished doing drawings of models.
Needed to do something with colors and a bit more difficult.
BTW check out the CD cover I just made... ( (go for icon magua...)

posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 07:18 AM
Nice work, and you're so right about the modeling... When I took art classes, we each took turns modeling, sometimes even for half hour stretches... Man, that is complete agony, not to mention dull as hell. It really made us appreciate the model so much more, hehe...

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