Thursday, December 4, 2014

Differences...







Can you see the difference? I thought my first version (top pic) was too saturated with the orange and pink ground. After seeing it online for a couple of days, I had to neutralize it more. What do you think?

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  1. Hi Kaethe,
    I can see a marked difference but can't really say for sure which version I prefer. A good sign that both versions are brilliant!
    Speaking of brilliant, your previous paintings also fit that category. Your roses are gorgeous and I love your nocturnal painting - it must be a tricky proposition to capture the light. I have never tried one myself but you have inspired me to consider it. Lovely work as always Kaethe!

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    1. Thanks Wendy. I am glad my version didn't bother you! I hope you try a nocturne! I am looking forward to seeing more of your work!

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  2. Hi Kaethe, I agree with Wendy. I can see the difference but I don't know which I like best! You've paint such a wonderful subject so well.

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  3. OK, I'll surprise you and say I like the second one better too. The lovely neutral pavement really brings out the richness of the color in the trucks. Great decision!

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  4. If you prefer the second one, Kaethe, then you must be more of a tonalist at heart. They are both impeccable in the art quality department so personal taste is what makes the difference.
    The quality of your work is awesome.

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  5. Both amaze me, you totally amaze me!!

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  6. The second one is better. I always have a problem with getting accurate color rendition. What photo editing software do you use? Do you take your photos outdoors? Your work reproduces very well.

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    1. I take photos of my work in the shade in daylight. So yes outdoors. I don't always have a steady hand but thanks!

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