15 March 2012

Sketching: hyacinths...


.... hyacinthen, met en zonder potlood.

.... hyacinths, with and without pencil.
 

29 comments:

  1. Hi, Judy! These are not sketches.
    These are works! Beautiful!

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  2. You call this sketches? They are wonderful art work Judy and so soft and tar.
    Warm greet
    Marja

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  3. Hi Judy!..great sketches, I particularly like the second one. Oh, I love hyacinth's and that gorgeous heady aroma...ahhhh.

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  4. Thank you Rita and Marja! To me they are sketches. :)

    Hi Ann! Thank you, I love hyacinths too, though their aroma can be too heavy sometimes.

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  5. They are so good. I like more the penciled one, looks more completed, for me.

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  6. Hi,Judy,
    Very lovely work! Congrats!!
    Cheers,Sadami

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  7. Thank you Irina and Sadami!

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  8. Lovely, I can almost smell them. Did you use cobalt violet in these?

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  9. En hier is het antwoord op mijn vraag. LOL Ze zijn allebei mooi, Judy. Met of zonder potlood.

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  10. Hallo Judy:) Oh ik kan ze bijna ruiken. Je schilderijen zijn prachtig. Mooi hoor met die spetters. Je bent weer goed in vorm:)

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  11. Both sketches are lovely! You manage to simplify your subjects so well! I remember that I was learning from your hyacinths, when I painted my first one a year ago. Hugs!

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  12. Judy, these are wonderful. I love how you have interpreted all the tiny flowers.

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  13. Hi Judy, both are wonderful, but my preferred is the first one. I like it! Ciao!

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  14. Really lovely Judy, I wonder if you painted them 'live' ?

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  15. Ooh, wat mooi weer. Allemaal. Groetjes, Marleen.

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  16. Lisa, I used violet with FUB dropped in (top left one) and I think quin. rose + FUB (top right one). Alizarin + lemon yellow for the bottom one (I think).

    Hoi Renske, precies! :)

    Hoi Renate, ja die spetters zijn leuk, zolang je maar niet overdrijft! :)

    Hi Blaga, yes I remember, they were more wet in wet. These are more 'detailed'.

    Hi Kathryn, all those little flowers are the character of the hyacinth, but a pain to paint! :)

    Ciao Tito, I think I like the first one too.

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  17. Both your hyacinth paintings are absolutely gorgeous Judy!!

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  18. Ive been sketching recently, but thee make me think it's high time I added some colour! They are beautiful :0)

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  19. lovely judy ..i like the ones starting to openat the top

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  20. Hi Jane, yes live, I had a bouquet of hyacinths in a vase. Smelled wonderful!

    Hoi Marleen, dankjewel!

    Thank you Azra!

    Hi Sandra, it is hard to sketch flowers without being tempted to use colour. I'm not sure they would be called sketches technically.

    Hi Jane, love the first ones too, just sketching directly with paint. And they turned out ok.

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  21. Detweede vind ik het mooiste. Beide zijn mooi hoor.

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  22. Ciao Judy we are waiting to see flowers and flowers and your paint give us an "anteprima"!
    Very good!
    Ciao, ciao, Floriana

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  23. Delicate and lovely as the spring !

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  24. Very pretty Judy! My favorite is the penciled one. Hmm, I can almost smell it's fragrance.

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  25. Dankje Cora!

    Ciao Floriana! Waiting for spring here too, it is still cold outside.

    Merci Lydie!

    Hi Laura! They smell wonderful!

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  26. Ze zijn beiden erg mooi, die met potlood niet iets meer gedetailleerd.
    Ik vind die druppeltjes/spetters erg leuk!

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  27. Ciao Judy...very beautiful.
    Ciao from Italy

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  28. Wonderful flowers! I love the spring in your painting and sketching!

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  29. Dankje Brigitte! Spettertjes zijn leuk om te doen.

    Thank you Evelin!

    Thank you Cristina!

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