Why do you work with acrylics first? Because you can cover it easily? It looks great so far, and I'm sure it will end up being an astonishing painting. I really have a major respect for your artwork. The large scale seems tempting, but I'm sure it's a great pleasure to work like that. I can't wait to get to that level when I will be able to feel confident enough about my technique and paint on a large canvas! You're a bit of a role model to me as you can see
Criske, this is another of your beautiful paintings you have such a talent I hope that one day you will be by the very best painters, for me you are already now one of them. Very nice totaly your style. wow
I had no idea your paintings were so huge! This is absolutely gorgeous, I don't know how on earth you get acrylic to bend to your will like this. I tend to have trouble with it drying practically instantly no matter what medium I mix into it to extend its life. I should probably change brands or something, who knows...anyway great post!
how the hell did you do this in only one morning? well it looks like a masterpiece already. Is it a good technique to start with acrylics and later with oils. What are you doing with the oils? Detailing? ur great
i love your paintings so much. my entire goal in life is to be able to paint at your level. so that's how you do it....acrylic first, then oil? because i keep wanting to try that but i didn't know how it would turn out.
Chriske, this is a very beautifull new painting from you, just as all your other paintings this is so wonderfull, I love all your paintings your the greatets for me. Thank you for your teaching. Big hug and kisses. Ria. xxx