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Ooh, ooh, love it, love it! esp the hair!! :) nice work!
i was blown away by the hair... pun intended.dope! the way you painted her hair, its all hot..
WoW!!! Nice work on the hair. Did u based it on a photo? Because the forshortening looks abit too skewed.The execution is very very good to me.I almost want her number, very very close :D.Very inspiring! Thanks!
freaking awesome! great control man!
i was wondering what was the wave of positive comments about. Then when i click for a close up detail view..Wow, your water colour show good restraint! It doesn't go overboard and i was wondering did you use masking fluid? Hope to see more water colour pieces soon!
Waa can die... For me the soul of the portrait is still the eyes and you've nailed it! The other star factor in this is of course the hair! :D Love the wild strands, they look so natural! Not easy to do man! yea share share! how did you control the painting?
very nice work.. looks even better up close.
Hi, folks! thanks for the comments :DActually the paper (watercolour paper I bought from Straits) I used plays an important part... it can make the colours won't dry so fast, is easy for me to paint and mix colours.For the hair treatment...I was using 3 different paint brushes for different strokes, must paint very fast but it really really fun for me!
wahhh, very pretty!!!
waah ... where can i buy this painting?
toki-dokie,email Jason direct : jason.smc75 "at" gmail.com
Very nice work. I like this drawing!
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