24 April 2012

Close up...



This is last week's DPW challenge.

Te koop in my Etsy shop.

Available in my Etsy shop.

44 comments:

  1. Judy this is so good! Love the colors.

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  2. Judy,WOW! VERY WELL done for this very difficult challenge!

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  3. Well done, Judy! Love this sheep!!

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  4. I love the sheep, especially this one. Congratulations! Grace

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  5. Very cleverly done, Judy. Not an easy subject but you've pulled it off wonderfully

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  6. Judy, he is sooo cute! He is perfect!

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  7. Hoi Judy:) Wat een mooie blik in de ogen. Heel mooi gedaan hoor!

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  8. Un primo piano molto ammaliante, complimenti all'ovino e alla tua bravura nell'immortalarlo
    ciao

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  9. He is beautiful! I love all of the subtle colours within the white of his wooly coat. Lovely :0)

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  10. Magnifique ! et quelle douceur !

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  11. THE BEST! This is just fabulous Judy, all your know how was poured into this one, bravissima !

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  12. Beautiful watercolor!!

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  13. Ciao Judy,
    beatiful sheet! The delicate colour and the expression make she as an important pesonality.
    Ciao, ciao, Floriana

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  14. Une très jolie aquarelle... L'expression de ce mouton est formidable...
    Des nuances de couleurs sublimes.
    Gros bisous

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  15. Spectacular! he is just so beautiful. p.s. I couldn't get the 'paint' overlay to work for me - possibly my computer isn't capable of the program, but I did find something similar on windows which I will experiment with. Thanks for the link. Bettyx

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  16. Oh Judy, what a beautiful sheep! Love it . :) xx

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  17. You have such a beautiful, delicate style, Judy. Love the sheep!

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  18. Thank you EVERYONE for your kind comments!
    Of course as always I see lots of things I'd like to improve, though I like the suggestion of wool in the bottom left. He (or she?) was fun to paint. I used only three colours: ultramarine blue, quin. rose and gamboge yellow.

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  19. Absolutely beautiful Judy! Great work. Ciao.

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  20. Schitterend Judy, je schaap is echt goed gelukt.

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  21. Very cleverly executed. A wonderfully subtle painting. Love it.

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  22. Oh, wat kun je dit toch goed! Groetjes, Marleen.

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  23. Tito, Renske, Maga, John, Marleen, thank you!

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  24. It's a beautiful work, Judy,but I see something sad in it...maybe the eye.
    Sometimes a sleepy eye looks a bit sad...I think you know in mithology Sleep and Death are brothers...your painting made me think

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  25. Very beautiful, Judy! You so masterfully did all these whites...

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  26. As others have said, Judy, Wow indeed. Love those eye studies too. All truly masterful stuff. Keep going!

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  27. Hi Anamaria, I see what you mean, I had the same feeling. To me he looks more like a statue, emotionless.

    Thank you Blaga!

    Thank you Michael!

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  28. Prachtig werk Judy, heerlijk transparant!

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  29. Wonderful sheep! I like your choice of colours, works well.

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  30. Beautiful work, Judy! :) I was smiling when I saw this as I have just started a close up of a Ewe's head! ;-)

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  31. THis is fabulous Judy!!! what a face...what a beautiful sheep!!

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  32. I am just in awe of all you do...this above and below posts! Inspiring art I come to see and find here. thanks.

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  33. Dankjewel Erik!

    Thank you Ann!

    Thank you Ingrid, looking forward to your ewe!

    Hi Cyn, glad you like my sheep!

    Hi Lynn, thank you so much, I'm happy you think it is inspiring!

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  34. Hij is goed gelukt - mooi hoe je met die paarstint hebt gewerkt.

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  35. Dankje Brigitte, het zijn allemaal mengkleuren van ultramarijn, quin. rose en gamboge geel.

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  36. VERY nice! Dreamy look! Lovely colours! :)

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  37. So beautiful! I just love this lamb with his long, elegant nose. Lovely colors and such a wonderful, light touch.

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  38. Catharina and Cindy, thank you so much!

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