Wednesday, January 09, 2008


It might be hard to tell in the photo but I used my new Winsor & Newton's Dioxazine Purple in the shadows of the radishes and a little in the shadows of the leaves.

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Blogger Knitting Painter Woman said...

This is so fresh and bright! And sometimes it is really nice to have the "right color" straight out of the tube, isn't it? I still have your email about my website to answer. Frankly, I'm a coward and haven't gone onto the host site to look at the innards... AND I don't know what "frames" is. I do know that I upload new documents over old ones, using the same "name" after renaming the one to be discarded.

6:54 PM  
Blogger Sheila Vaughan said...

Nice composition on this one Brendy. Yes, dioxazine purple is really useful for using in shadows. Just a touch of it in burnt umber can be wonderful. I love your cadmium orange and alizarin too in the tangelos below.

3:44 AM  
Blogger Sarah Fox said...

Wow Brendy! You really got the weight and reality of the radishes in this one. I've tried painting radishes before and they're hard! You make it look easy :)

12:29 PM  
Blogger Kellie Hill said...

Hello- just wanting to let you know I'm putting you in my fellow-artist-bloggers links list thing. It'd be wonderful if you could do me too, but of course you don't have to or anything.

6:34 PM  

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