Great color - I must ask which came first - the color choice or the composition?
Thanks, Katherine. The composition came first. When I started putting color down, I was influenced by a red robe the model wore when not posing; I thought it was great against her skin.
You are working hard, I see. Doe zo voort!Greetings!
Ah! It must be fall. No more blue.
Hi, Annie. Greetings!Margaret, full moon last posting; autumnal equinox and now it's fall.
She appears to be defying gravity. Nice line work on the back side of the figure. I'd like to see this put in a gilded frame and placed in Jayne Mansfield's bedroom
She doesn't seem involved in a red activity, yet red seems a good color for her. I appreciate your explanation of how you arrived at the color.
good dramatic work,I liked the power!
I'm listening to Fauré as write this but I prolly should be listening to Pictures at an Exhibition Instead.I like this woman in red with her round hips and belly and her flesh tone against the warm red.
I like...!Especially the shapes that exist within the form.wv: existout...Is wv arguing with me?
I'm still sighing with the blue.
PA, "Jayne Mansfield's bedroom in a gilded frame." Sounds like a game of Clue. Probably what this ought to be called.Thanks, Banjo. You know I love the questions.Thank you, Denise.Paula, me too.Shanna, thank you. wv is spooky, frequently, isn't it?AH, me too.