Wow dude... great seeing the process. It's nice that you do each fruit full on first, then tackle the next.Yummy! Looks very well done man--!
great detail - but still painterly. keep it up
Fantastic work Carl !
Almost wanna eat it, great stuff!
Ever thought of doing the still life version of the aftermath. i.e. Bitemarks!, the grapes would be gone, half the mandarins pitted and bellied, etc. etc. :PAwesome studies Carl. Would love to see the full res version just for the digital strokes.Nice!
Beautiful work Carl - you're really exploring this niche - top stuff !
You're really good at this Mr. Knoxie :) They look so real and yummy...they really really pop! :)
PS: the metal looks mazing!
hey abz: yeah.. it's a different approach then I'm used to. I usually do a block-in of the whole thing.thanks luke... I still can't resist polishing, as much as I want to be an impressionist.Cheers anth!I'll mail you the grapes Niall. :DEd, you've got my next painting already in mind. I've got an urge to paint an half peeled lemon for some reason.Hey Tel, not really a marketable skill.. more just practicing.Hey Francisco! thanks mate! still plodding along. :D
Hahahahahaha... ill have to buy you one for liking it so much! ( a mint lemonade that is)
Brilliant work man!
Very beautiful ! Amazing work !
Pff! new posts please??! :PHugs!F.
wow, carl! your work is coming along in leaps and bounds! nice one!
Sweet work Carl! Really nice stuff mate.
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