Tag: still-life

Acrylic painting – Still life: Bamboo in a bottle

Another still-life practice, again keeping it quite simple and the topic was an everyday item. I painted a little bamboo that hangs around on my computer desk, still managing to stay alive, yet not growing much either. I want to have some greenery in my dark little cave and the bamboo has so far been

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Acrylic painting – Still life

Another painting course day topic. Again still life with a food image twist. This was painted in acrylics was to be more loose and as topic we googled social media sites for food images, foodies (?). We started with googling food images with nice composition, colors etc. I browsed Instagram the previous night and found

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Watercolor painting – Still life

Painting course started again this year. We managed to have one class at University during January but now we are back to zoom/meet lessons. Topic for the weekend was still life. We had some fruits assembled in the middle of class room and it was to be painted in watercolor and as a more life

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Ink studies – still life

This time post on quite many different ink studies made during Fall drawing course. I have not felt like painting otherwise, thus I’ve mainly managed to do some simple studies and no ‘serious’ paintings at all. In drawing class we now shifted from pencils/charcoals/pastels (which ever was used) into ink practices. Earlier we did some

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Drawing practices – Nefertiti

Long time no university studies, but now drawing course started, yay! We started with still-life from some materials everyone brought and with the addition of few plaster models. In groups of four we set the materials on desk and started drawing around the table our own settings. My group got plaster model of Nefertiti’s bust.

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