Thursday, April 23, 2009

DSFDF Statue


This is the latest challenge from DSFDF. The challenge was to draw (paint if you must) the statue, full length just as it was in the photo. I chose to paint and draw with the ink to fit the challenge. (watercolor, ink 5x7 inches)

11 comments:

dominique eichi said...

Lovely piece for this challenge. I love the added pen marks and the color background.

Sheila said...

Great job my friend! I think I'm going to have to chose a smaller size as the deadline approaches. I love your choices of color for this painting!

sam said...

I always find blue and yellow suit each other like rhubarb and custard, and very well done on the drawing!

laurens.paint.palette said...

well done! very dramatic!

Priti said...

I love your colors- well done.

Vern Schwarz said...

Great job Maria. Some strong contrasts along with the red background create some real drama in this piece.

Debrosi said...

beautiful painting! love the colors and depth in this piece. :)

Diana Marshall said...

I love the pen and ink added to the watercolors, makes it more dramatic, I like your choice of colors too.

Carol Horzempa said...

Thanks for visiting my blog Maria. Very nice watercolor painting for this challenge...love your colors!

I checked your other watercolors on your blog and really like your quick paintings of the models in your last post. Very nice work!

Cheryl Anderson said...

Thanks for the blog visit, Maria. I love your Diana--beautiful drawing and the warms and cools are perfect. Nice job!

DamiĆ£o Vieira said...

Good job Maria.
That blue with bright yellow with a shot of the very "Impressionist" and to finish the magenta red.
A game full of color and light of life and nothing dramatic.
Congratulations.