good~ how long it took you? it is hard to show the shadow in the black color!
Thanks! I’m glad you like it. I painted this quite some time ago (back in high school), so I don’t exactly remember how long it took me- something around a month I think. It was for an art class- so I worked on it everyday.
Waaaaoo, everyday in a month, but it’s worth. Tku for your sharing!
this is very nice. good job!
that’s awesome, thanks for sharing.>
interesting. real effort went into this to make such a good painting.
Hello! You have a nice blog over here! 🙂 Keep up this good work I’ll visit your weblog again. 🙂
I’m often drawn to still life in galleries, perhaps because it seems accessible and achievable. Though the old masters like Heda and Claes display extraordinary technical skill too.
Thanks for your interest in my writings. Looking at your class picture, I think you may find it inspiring to check out Dmitry Krasnopevtsev. Check out his still lifes with bottles and stones, and you’ll understand what I mean )
Lovely shading and form!
It is definitely an art class piece. I have no idea how many of these I have on canvas boards or rolled up paper stashed in various boxes in my house.
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