j'aime cette expression de liberté !
Like the mix of liquid and line..
Wonderful how the body becomes a landscape.
I love the lines and the the green.
Beautiful!Any reason why you picked green over other hues?
Thanks, all.Katherine, it does turn to landscape, paradoxically, as I move in closer.Najma, not really, except that my other markers were dried up or used up.I actually like different greens used for portrait sketches, especially with browns or ochers.
Landscape! I hadn't thought of it that way, and I really like it. Likewise the green--I'm almost comforted by your explanation of how you chose it--I'd certainly never have thought of it, but it works here.
I found your blog just now, and I´m looking forward to see more of your beautyful art! So see you again soon! You are very wellcome to have a visite at my art blog too!
Thanks, Banjo. You will be seeing more green paintings on this blog in the next days.Thanks, Catharina. I did and enjoyed it very much.
This has a lovely coloration. The paper appears almost a pale lavender in the lower left. Is this an optical effect from the green or did you place a wash of color.I especially love the hand supporting the neck.
Thank you, Julie.I am not sure, but I think you are seeing effects of lighting, combined with a bit of wash.