25 May 2012

Apple studies...


Experimenten met 'lost edges' en achtergrond 'washes'.

Experiments with 'lost edges' and background washes.



45 comments:

  1. Fantastic sketches! Perfectly painted. Ciao.

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  2. es una preciosidad, la sutileza de la acuarela no tiene parangon y tu lo haces muy bien, enhorabuena y un saludo.

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  3. Hello,Judy!A delicate poetic atmosphere for this fruit! I love it!

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  4. Lovely apple sketches, Judy! Even better in real life though ... *smug grin* !

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  5. Heel mooi. Very atmospheric sketches.

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  6. Wonderful paintings Judy!

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  7. They are beautifully painted! I like the red one in particular :0)

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  8. Ah le retour des petites pommes ! Des pommes, des navets et du cidre, en voilà une recette que l'on pourrait déguster par chez moi ;)
    Bisous.

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  9. Hi, Judy,
    Nice!ʚ(ˆ◡ˆ)ɞ·.•*•♫°•♫·.•ʚ(ˆ◡ˆ)ɞ
    Cheers,Sadami

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  10. I really love these, Judy. How beautiful!

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  11. I'm glad you all recovered from my previous post! :)

    Tito, José, Rita, thank you!

    Michael, thank you, your apple was one of the series, glad you like it! :)

    Minnemie, Cora, Ann, Sandra, thank you!

    Lydie, merci, sounds like a wonderful recipe!

    Sadami ♫, Kathryn, Cristina, thank you!

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  12. Judy, son unas manzanas muy bien logradas en húmedo y difuminadas. Me gustan mucho!!

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  13. Lost edges usually stimulates the imagination. You did this great, Judy!

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  14. Wow Judy; wat mooi! Prachtig met die vage achtergronden. Geweldig gedaan. Je beste appeltjes tot nu toe. Mijn complimenten:)

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  15. Preciosos y delicados, color, sombras muy bien estudiados. Felicidades!

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  16. Fabulous pieces and my favourite style of painting too with lots of lost edges.

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  17. Clever - you make it all look so easy... and mouth wateringly good!

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  18. Sonia, Mari Jose, Janina, Maga, Renate, Tina, muchas gracias, danke vielmals, thank you, dankjewel!

    Laura, thank you, I love lost edges too and used the apples to experiment.

    John, thank you, I painted lots of apples by now and they get easier. :)

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  19. so soft and beautifully painted.!

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  20. BELLISIMAS TODAS TUS OBRAS POR LA TRANSPARENCIA Y REALIDAD, VERDADERAMENTE UNA "JOYA" ¡¡¡felicitaciones!!!!

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  21. Delicati, bellissimi. Elvi

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  22. I love these background washes, Judy! You are good even trying new things...wish you a great sunday!

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  23. Hi great apple studies and i love the past post of portraits! Of course your sheep is perfect and i love that subject i must try one. I painted a sheep a long while ago with burnt umber.... yours is oh my terrific.

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  24. I like the way you have followed the color wheel with these apples. Yellow into the red... into purple... then blue. The other side of the wheel with the other one. Beautiful use of watercolor.

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  25. beautifully painted judy

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  26. Beautiful studies, Judy! :)

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  27. Wow, prachtig zeg! Erg mooi die vage randen.

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  28. These are so simple yet so beautiful.

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  29. Dear your paintings are very beautiful. Pass to my flower garden, a surprise is waiting for you

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  30. Love these two, a real success...wonderful softness and colors.

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  31. Love these - your lost edges are fabulous! xx

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  32. ALL OF YOU: thank you so so much!

    Julie, I did not realize I followed the colour wheel. I did use a limited palette on both.

    Peonia, thank you for the award!

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  33. Thank you for following my blog - I love your apple paintings, so ethereal and lovely colours!

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  34. The soft and lost edges add romance and serenity - very lovely!

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  35. Hi Vicki, thank you and welcome to my blog!

    Thank you Susan!

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  36. omg your edges are FABULOUS girl!!!wow!!!

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  37. Apples are back, after a short break. I am very glad!

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  38. Erg mooi zoals ze bijna opgaan in de achtergrond!

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  39. This wet-in-wet is so exciting!

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  40. Beautiful! Everyday I am looking at the apples in our garden, I hope to paint them some day soon! So inspiring!

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  41. Thank you Cynthia, Irina, Brigitte, Blaga!

    Loulune, thank you for visiting my blog and your lovely comment! You have a wonderful photo blog, I have put it in my Google Reader list!

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