Friday, May 4, 2012

V125: Costume Painting, Week 4, Tudor Peasant Girl


Here is my painting from last night's historical costume painting class.  We had a lovely model dressed as a Tudor peasant.  The white shirt and head wrap gave me a lot of trouble, but I like how her face turned out - not as pretty as the real girl, though!


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8 comments:

  1. I think your efforts turned out very well, love her face and how you rendered the white material :-)

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  2. I can NOT believe how talented you are - sometimes I think you are "putting us on" - but I know it's not true. Beautiful work!

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  3. You are so multi-talented! I want to be you when I grow up--except I'm already about 3X your age.

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  4. That is beautiful work! Faces are especially hard to get sometimes. You're really talented. I like how you eliminated the grommets on the bodice, too.

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  5. That is a lovely painting and I'd hang that in my livingroom with pride. You were very close in capturing the models face. I think her chin is a bit more rounded but other than that you have it! You are truely talented!

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