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Olga by Webb97 Olga by Webb97
I did the background with acryilc and a brush. for the lines in the foregroud I pretty much just used these little tubes of acrylic as brushes by squeezing out a little paint at a time and rolling them on the canvas. It's a really quick way to get paint on canvas without having to clean up a brush.

I'm not sure about her yet, but I do like this style and I'll probably try and make a few more like it.
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teddybrains Featured By Owner May 26, 2006
i love the very directness of your lines - very strong :D
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luger Featured By Owner May 16, 2006
Good stuff, white boy.
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Stepbeyond Featured By Owner May 15, 2006  Professional Traditional Artist
another one like this---what I mean? I remember making a comment about a work of urs looking like a wall with graffiti. When I first saw this I thought you took a photo of some wall with those images on it. This is a cool effect. It looks like a wall with art.
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Webb97 Featured By Owner May 16, 2006
Ah yes, I know what you're talking about. I can see it too. I'll be making more of these real soon too. they're way to easy and fun not to.
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Stepbeyond Featured By Owner May 16, 2006  Professional Traditional Artist
yes--to repeat---I think it's cool the way they come off as walls. I'd like to see more like that. Idea---get that effect--but go sharper and more vibrant on the wall---something like the graffitti artists do. If you can pull it off---I don't know
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Webb97 Featured By Owner May 17, 2006
Well, I'm not exactly sure how I'm doing it in the first place. It could be just having a solid background and nothing else but one layer on the foreground.
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:iconstepbeyond:
Stepbeyond Featured By Owner May 17, 2006  Professional Traditional Artist
I think u might be right on that---but I'm not positive
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goodmorningvoice Featured By Owner May 15, 2006
I like the vibrant energy heres. The pink and blue combination makes her seem a little androgynous.
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pisceanpainter Featured By Owner May 15, 2006  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is great. I love it. Can't wait to see more like this.
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Webb97 Featured By Owner May 15, 2006
thanks a bunch.
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Iarart Featured By Owner May 15, 2006
The way this was made I can say you did a real great job! Olga must be proud :)
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Webb97 Featured By Owner May 15, 2006
Thanks. This one is hopefuly just a kind of test for this style. I hope to make some more that are better. We'll see.
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beidoll Featured By Owner May 15, 2006
That's really pretty.
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:iconwebb97:
Webb97 Featured By Owner May 15, 2006
Thanks, the colors are kind of pretty, but the actual face looks kind of grotesque to me.
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beidoll Featured By Owner May 15, 2006
I think the face is beautiful too. I don't know what gets me about it. The colors, definitly, are my favorite part. I think the brush strokes for the face are what draws me to that. Anyway, it's lovely. I really like it.
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Webb97 Featured By Owner May 15, 2006
Thanks, that's a good sign I should try and do a few more in this style.
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:iconbeidoll:
beidoll Featured By Owner May 15, 2006
You're welcome. : )
And I'll definitly be looking forward to seeing more like this one. : D
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