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This is one of a few paintings of Melanie a few years back.
14 inches x 20 inches – Arches cold-press watercolour paper
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A figurative artist, Chris started out as an illustrator, later to become a figurative painter, focusing mainly on portraits.
Chris has exhibited in several one-man shows, and a few mixed shows in London.
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what else can i say, chris?…. simply beautiful and you’re so darn good… : )
Mimi – you’re a darling; I * you ;)
Your art work is spectacular! :)
Ming!! Thank you my dear – very kind of you :)
Wonderful work and great how you have got the perspective just right with all those tricky angles! Hands and feet are the most difficult things to paint too!!!! Well done Chris.
Hello Lynda, and thank you so much! I’ve always liked doing hands & feet (more so hands); I much appreciate you comments :)
– Chris Baker
Absolutely wonderful work! Such a difficult angle and you aced it! Gorgeous detail!
Hello Ruth,Thank you kindly :) Yes, an interesting pov to tackle there!
chri hi great job wonderful illustration
Thanks Reynaldo – very kind of you to say so :)
beautiful erotica….. I d hang it on my walll,…… girlfriend might complain……….tho
Many thanks Roger :) Aaah.. what a shame! ;)
Hey there Kevin – thank you sir!! What are the mysterious ‘melted crayons’ that you mention in your profile?? [Intrigued!] Cheers!
put the tip of a crayon on a hot iron (tipped up), and catch the crayon as it melts with a pallet knife then slap the color on watercolor paper….it instantly solidifies on the paper creating an interesting texture and effect…..by the way, don’t do like I did and use that same iron to later iron work shirts, lol
Ha! I’ve done just that sooo many times I can’t count ;)That’s a great tip!! Thanks – appreciate the info :)