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by RhiEA

20150204 015154
  • description: Watercolor on sketchbook paper. Like 6+ hours of work over a week. It looks better in person but I dont have a scanner right now.

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      Chiumag | | Comment rating: +1
      wow! what a cool contrast of the element in this painting: death vs livelihood, dark vs bright, tough vs tender, ying and yang... indeed a great art worth a thousand of words. love!!!
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        The Artist | | Comment rating: 0
        Thanks. I've had a big thing for the combo of skulls and flowers, it's a new subject matter that I'm trying out and think I might stick with for quite a while. It's nice to know that people actually find it as interesting as I do.
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        Tayler Denise Crouse | | Comment rating: 0
        That's awesome! :)
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          Rachel Lynn Snyder | | Comment rating: 0
          Great concept.
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            The Artist | | Comment rating: 0
            Thank you!
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            Jake | | Comment rating: +2
            skull in watercolor...first time i think i've ever seen that combo. i dig it. for getting a better photo of it, maybe try getting a good, bright ambient light source...not something aimed at the painting. the shadow in his eye socket is beguiling as is his subtle grin.
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              The Artist | | Comment rating: +1
              I love skulls, and I love watercolors so it seemed like a logical connection to me! I'm glad the shadows come across well, it's kinda hard to get colors that richly dark with watercolors and it really was a challenge for me. Thanks for the photo taking tips, they're really helpful!
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