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Post Impressionist,acrylic and enamel, portrait painting, of Vincent VanGogh.
I knew that Vincent painted landscapes at night with candles in his hat so as to illuminate his night vision.
man, candles, with a hat, full of
Great portrait Richard..please tell me more about enamel application in paintings
Thank you for your comment.Enamel paints are oil based and as such can be used in the same way as oils, they can even be mixed with oil paints they are however much more fluid than oils which I find helpfull. Try mixing acrylics with the enamels and see what happens. The acrylics are water based and as you know oil and water will not mix, but they will dry.Pour turpentine into the enamels and even add a little water, remember this is trial and error, but the effects are interesting.If you place your work in the sun to dry it should cause a ripple effect and this can be seen in my work entitled ‘’Dry Paddock’’( bottom left corner of art work) . Remeber to paint with your work horizontal as you can then work from all 4 sides and the paint will not run.
– Richard Tuvey
Thank you for the lesson Richard, I appreciate it so much
Good man Richard…keepin the flames burnin’.
Hello AdelechanelThank you for comment and for adding my work to your favourites.I have also added the 3 ladies to mine as I like this work very much.
Everything looks spectacular and you painted beautifully ! :)
Thank you Ming. I appreciate your comments very much and your understanding of colour is superb.
I really like this. Nice work.
Thank you James
Thank you Mark
works really well. Great!
Thank you, I have put 2 of your works onto my favourite list, one is a vegie and the other a head.
Fantastic work Richard, this is wonderful !!
You have made my day, thank you so very much.
you are very welcome! we hope you will add it to our group =D
My pleasure , thank you for the invite.
Thank you Bhutch.