Monday, 4 October 2010

Mary Deere

I was playing around, painting a Friday Foto from the Painting Friends forum (thank you, Mary).

So as a treat - and because Tonya has no patience (tee hee) - you can see beginning to end of this one, all in one blog post.

So here we go with painting Mary Deere :)


drawing the deer

First background washes

enhancing the foreground
adding some background and painting the deer




after adding a few more shrubs, here she is, the finished painting :

Mary Deere

16 comments:

  1. I'm trying to visit fave blogs today. Thank you for your lovely comments Pat. Freddie still has not had an op as yet so it's still a waiting game.

    I love your Mary Deer painting,fascinating to see all the stages.
    Love and Hugs
    June xx

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  2. Simple but very usuful step by step demonstration. Well done Pat! Ciao.

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  3. Hello June - sorry to hear Freddie is still waiting. :(

    I'm honoured to be numbered amongst your favourite blogs xx

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  4. Morning Tito - thank you so much for your encouraging comment!
    Ciao xx

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  5. Thank you Cristina - you're very kind .
    Ciao xx

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  6. I have to learn to paint like that, simply painted and it really works. Lovely job Pat!

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  7. Thanks, Dora!
    Glad you like it :) xx

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  8. Thanks so much my wonderful friend! That was actually very neat. You can move the screen up and down like a slide show and Mary looks like she is running right toward you. I love it!!

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  9. Glad you like it Tonya ! xx

    Won't happen every time, though :)

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  10. This is SO cute!!! He looks as though he's about to leap off the page! :0)

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  11. Thanks, Sandra - glad you think she's cute :) xx

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  12. Nice, Pat and you did make it look effortless! Hard to do that!
    Sheryl

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  13. It was effortless, Sheryl - I just threw it together :lol: (joking)

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  14. Glad you didn't keep us waiting for this lovely creation Pat!

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  15. Don't get used to it, Beryl - it was a once in a lifetime lapse :lol:

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