I am experimenting with using my fluid medium to paint semi figuratively without losing the natural qualities of the paint, which are unique.
Powdered pigments and solvents on 6mm glass.
Keywords: pose, strength, body, torso, venus, female, figure, nude
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Of course this gets my attention and it is beautiful.
super, what is size?
a modern Venus of Milo...
I like how the paint is flowing and forming the pattern with your help. Same time you can observe the materials natural movement.
p. s- hope my english not so bad ...
Thank you for the comments; yes, Pavel, no head or arms! I like to look at a body like that; it could depersonalise, but I'm not sure it does; the body speaks it's own language.
Your English is fine Ekaterina, thank you for troubling to express yourself so well.
As I mentioned some time ago, Lia, your 'bodies' speak a language of their own! What an amazingly perfect match for 'His'! We can hide behind our facial expressions as much as we want but we feel through our bodies. And what could be more vulnerable and beautiful than a naked human body?! You've rendered that brilliantly.
i love it
This is a good technique, in fact it is such a technique (similar) which I frequently use when I want to partially obliterate the human form and keep it at the same time. It's a secret, don't give out too much of the technique, people must earn it. Great work here!
I voted for you, can you vote me?
No. I don't trade votes; I vote for the best.