Since I have never received any formal art education, I learned a lot through copying others work. I think this is the best way of quickly improving your art skill - it’s kind of like solving a math problem, you know the answer but you don’t know what steps are taken in order to get the answer. Once you get the answer right( you copied and it’s almost there), you can say you master the skill(at least in a way). These pieces are copied from a Chinese watercolorist Rick Huang - his skills are marvelous! I especially like the white spots he left in his paintings - you need to handle water in your brush really well in order to achieve that effect.
Давно я не садилась писать что-то для души🧡 Вчера моя душа требовала чего-то большого, доброго и согревающего)))
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60-70, холст, масло, 7500₽
A copy of Lu Cong’s work. I love the way he paints portraits - they are delicate, thoughtful and melancholy. He studied biology before he became a painter. I somehow took the similar route - I studied environmental science before I began to paint. But you know something is out there calling you ... eventually, you turn to that. @im.lucong oh and you are right, that brownish stuff is coffee stain 🤔😅
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