sargent

11 comments:

Aleta Vidal said...

thanks for your kind words, your work is amazing, but I think I already told you that... cheers!

Gabriele Pasqualino said...

that's one of my favorite from sargent :}
cool study! keep it up

Toma said...

I like very much Sargent, and also your works!!
Ciao

Shoki said...

Aleta> No problem, your work is awesome! Thanks for dropping by.

Gabriele> One of mine too! Appreciate the support and holy crap at your stuff!

Toma> I like him too! thanks man.

de Haaff said...

Awesome mate, a little more contrast here and there, some darker browns/oranges in the skin tones and it could be even better! (imho...)

Although I'm basing these suggestions on a screen version of the original, I'd sell my own Grandma for parts to see an actual Sargent exhibition.

That reminds me though, haven't done a Sargent study in ages...

Anthony said...

Haha i like this sargent because it's the one of his that looks like it came from 'Dune.' Great study!!

Wes.W said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog! you have some killer stuff in here, i really like the looseness to all of your work. Cheers'

Ang said...

yo.. my friend showed me your stuff awhile ago and i was really impressed! I love what you're doing! Thanks for stoppin by my blog.. I really appreciate it! KEEP POSTING PLEASE :D

Shoki said...

de Haaff> Yeah, I noticed that it looks washed out to the original, I blame my monitor :p I saw some Sargents a month ago at the National Gallery, they're even better in person!

Still waiting on your study!!

Anthony> Cheers mate, Everytime Dune is on tv I miss the first half an hour, will have to buy it on dvd to watch the damn thing!

Wes.W> Cheers, mate! Looking forward to more arts from you!

Ang> No problem, it's a pleasure to look at your art! Keep it coming too.

THANKS FOR ALL THE COMMENTS!

anthony t w myers said...

amazing stuff as always!

Shoki said...

Thanks, anthony!