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Work on Fallen Angel #2

Postby KarinPavlic » Wed Jan 23, 2008 1:24 pm

Just started to work on Fallen Angel #2.

It shal be oil on 60x45 cm (23.6x17.7") and I shall choose more earthly tones for it.

For now I just done the quick outline.
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Postby KarinPavlic » Wed Jan 23, 2008 5:00 pm

On this one its better wievable what I'm doing.
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Postby Erika Takacs » Wed Jan 23, 2008 5:20 pm

Looking good so far, I think I'll like this one better.
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Postby KarinPavlic » Wed Jan 23, 2008 5:56 pm

Thanks Erika. =)

With this one I'm back at my 'usual way'. ;)

The idea is to use max 2 colors (not counting black&white).

For now I used yellow nchre and lightened and darkened it.

Anyhow, this is what I have now:
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Fallen Angel

Postby Carmelo » Wed Jan 23, 2008 7:10 pm

There you go girl! This one gives me a much better indication of your interpretation of fallen angels. I do them myself and may have a couple among my images. Mine are
ought to mind by Milton's "Paradise Lost" and there are some interesting illustrations of such in the Dore' Bible.
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Postby KarinPavlic » Wed Jan 23, 2008 8:53 pm

Hey there Carmelo! Glad that you droped by. ;)

Previous angel is more of psyhotic one and totaly out 'of my direction'. Sometimes I do something like that from the need to go 'absurd'.

But I divide my 'angels' betwen those 'heavens creatures' , those who were cast out of 'heaven' and dark angels wich never seen the lights of eden.

I can say that frescos (the only thing for wich I found worth going in church) in churches had an impact on me in a way.

Anyhow, this will be my 12th oil painting ever and if I don't count in the previous angel, the 1st one with body (others are flowers, landscapes and cityscape) and I honestly admit that in a way I was scared to paint a body with oils from some reason. Oo

Anyhow, I decided that my pallete will stay limited to yellow ochre, titanium white and ivory black mixures because I feel that that is all that I really need this time.

It's not finished yet but here is what I have done till now (will continue after few hours of sleep):
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Postby ehoeveler » Thu Jan 24, 2008 6:38 am

I really like this. Her feet look a tad small and I'd do some more
work on the shorelone, but this is nice! E
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Postby KarinPavlic » Thu Jan 24, 2008 9:01 am

Thank you ehoeveler. Yes, true, the feets atm. looks smal. Compliments to your vision. :) They are as such atm because I din't detailed them yet. ;) Definetly agree on the shore and I pland to do that today. I will also add another layer of dark in the sky and subject itself to enchance few details.
Thank you for commenting! :)

*starts to do final touches on the painting*
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Postby Singular » Thu Jan 24, 2008 9:08 am

Very nice start. You work amazingly fast. I can't believe how fast you complete paintings.
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Postby KarinPavlic » Thu Jan 24, 2008 11:55 am

Singular wrote:Very nice start. You work amazingly fast. I can't believe how fast you complete paintings.


Thank you. :) Well, this size of painting usualy takes me 2 days to finish, but that means around 18 hours of working.
But it depends on if I 'like' the motive that I choosen.
The longest time (around 4 days) I spent working on gouache spring landscape because I was 'reparing' what I initialy did.
But I think that in a way I'm trying to make up for the time when I was forced to put painting aside due 'family disstres'.

Anyhow, I plan to finish this one today. I did some additional work on wing and shore but body itself needs some also, specialy the dark areas.

Here is how it looks now(not finished yet):
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Postby KarinPavlic » Thu Jan 24, 2008 2:55 pm

Well, another one finished. Comments are welcome.

You can see the biger picture of it here:http://asingularcreation.com/Gallery/displayimage.php?pos=-7276
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Postby LisaAnne » Thu Jan 24, 2008 5:15 pm

Gosh, I'm blown away! I look at your beginning and see how you added the reflection of her body first. My vision is not that good yet...or perhaps I just havent learned how to do that with such confidence or fluid movements... Awesome talent!
What I see>
She looks to the ground, as if she has no face. Broken and full of regret...
the light is gone.... Grief grips her soul far removed from his presents.

I Love this painting trully! I love the way you posted it as you went along.
A good teaching process.
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Postby KarinPavlic » Thu Jan 24, 2008 6:35 pm

LisaAnne, thank you so very much for your wonderful words. Seriously it means A LOT to me. Thank you, thank you, thank you milion times! *hugs*
I'm realy glad that you like this painting! :)
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