This is great, the bold colour and subtlety of her face look amazing
Really love this!
Great! I like the way you painted her chest.
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Thank you Caitlin, nothing but love
<3 <3 <3 Ditto Crissy!
I really love your artwork! Is amazing and expressive all these strong womens.Can i ask you some doubt that i had for a while? Do you scan these watercolours or do you photograph them?Because i know that scan leaves all kind of washed, but photograph seems pretty difficult too.Thanks! sorry for the bad english.
Thanks Rafa!I do scan my artworks and use photoshop to adjust contrast and such afterwards so that nothing is washed out.It can be really tricky but with practice you'll get the hang of it. If your scanner is on a setting that automatically edits the image when it's scanning, then you should probably turn that off because it's usually far too harsh for watercolours. (works well with black and white linework, but that's about it.)
I love this Caitlin! Minimal and defined. I encourage more portraits of this style!
Thanks darling! I like the immediacy of plain black blocks of ink, so am toying with the idea of doing this more often. :)
So strong and beautifully feminine. GIRL POWER!
Thanks for taking the time to read my blog! I would love to know what you think.