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Thursday, 11 June 2015

S/he loves me, s/he loves me not...



Ik heb een heleboel madeliefjes geschilderd. 
Twee verschillende manieren. Bij het schilderij hieronder ben ik begonnen in het midden en heb ik de wash om de bloem heen het laatst geschilderd. Hierboven ben ik begonnen met de wash, en heb ik het wit van de bloemblaadjes eruit gedept en gewassen met een stuk keukenpapier en een penseel. En daarna de details toegevoegd.
Er is natuurlijk een derde manier: maskeervloeistof gebruiken. Maar ik en maskeervloeistof kunnen niet goed met elkaar overweg. :)

I have been busy painting daisies. 
Two different approaches. With the painting below I started in the middle and added the wash around the flower last. Above I started with the wash, lifted out the white petals with tissue and brush. And I added details last.
There is of course a third approach: using masking fluid. But me and masking fluid don't get along very well. :)




21 comments:

Studio at the Farm said...

Judy, they are both beautiful, with that lovely soft touch of yours. But I really love the daisy you painted with the lifting technique - it suits your style of painting so very well!!
Kathryn XX

Sadami said...

Hi, Judy, just have fun! I like the first one. Cheers, Sadami

Jane said...

Two gorgeous works, but the first one is my favorite , super !

John Simlett said...

How lovely! Daisies are such happy flowers - especially yours :)

Chris Lally said...

Two beautiful pieces, Julie!!

Rita Vaselli said...

Very nice, dear Judy, more realistic the first, the second more graphics ... I really like both!
I agree liquid to mask, I do not like to use.

ann @ studiohyde said...

Masking fluid is good, but it does tend to leave harsh lines...although that depends on how you use it...another subject another day, lol....Love your versions here Judy, but which one did you really enjoy painting the most :-)

Lorraine Brown said...

Both lovely

Celia Blanco said...

Both are gorgeous!

Anamaria do Val said...

The first one has your signature, Judy! So soft and vibrant

Polly Birchall said...

So interesting to see the different methods, and thank you for sharing your explanation. I too think the first one is a Judy painting!

http://carolking.wordpress.com said...

You paint flowers so beautifully.

Simonne's fantasiestudio said...

Dag Judy, de beide werken zijn mooi, maar de eerste is een meer natuurlijker resultaat vind ik.
Nog een fijne dag en groetjes,
Simonne

Hanneke said...

Hoi Judy, zoals de meesten vind ook ik de bovenste het mooist, heeft meer diepte, en je verhouding tot masking fluid herken ik, ben er ook geen fan van. Groetjes en een fijne zondag!

Blaga said...

Both are lovely, but I think I like more the top one, it is softer and more your style. I can see why masking fluid, leaving those hard edges, wouldn't be your best friend :)

Tina Moriano said...

Personalmente me inclino por la primera me parece mas sutil, mas delicada, quiza influyan los colores mas suaves, no se... solo es una opinión personal entre dos pinturas que me gustan. Un abrazo.

Dana Konings said...

They are both very beautiful, but I favor the top one, good work either way.

Irina Rekhviashvili said...

Both are beautiful. So interesting to look behind the curtain of your art process.
It seems to me the first one is more like you and your individuality.

Sandra Busby said...

Ahh... I remember picking off the petals of a daisy when I was a teenager... He loves me, he loves me not... and I'd do it again and again until he loved me, lol! Gorgeous painting! :0)

Debbie Nolan said...

Judy-I would be hard pressed to say which one of these I like best. Both are beautiful. Loved your sweet peas from your previous post too. Looks like flowers inspire you. I know they do me. Have a great week.

cathyswatercolors said...

love this sweet flower.