The first thought that struck me when I saw this image was "Picasso never painted like that", but this is not about Mr P. Its about this modern day Picasso. Nice ballance of color, crisp clean image. Nice origional idea but, I would have liked to see some paint on the shirt at least. The angle of the model in relation to the painting in this scene is perfect, I can see the painting and the model clearly without either getting in the way. The only negative thing I have to say about this is that the paint is missing, otherwise a good colorful clear balanced picture that sucks you into it. Well done.
My first thought of this picture when i looked at it was"damn that girl is fine!" no i'm just kidding but truly i tell you this is very exceptional. i like how you show a very beautiful women who is scantly clothed painting this wonderful picture. marvelous! i would completely give this piece 5 stars. i also like how the women is bending over in a feminine style. she doesn't look like other painters who would have paint on their clothes, but rather she is clean and free of paint and she is striking a feminine pose. this piece is wonderful. i hope others who view this agree
Congratulations on your DD. I agree that your creation is well deserving and beautiful. The critique on the models pose of her hand on the stool and leaning into the painting is a common stance for me as I paint. I will stand back, look at the painting and lean in to do a touch hear and there. This all seems very natural to me. A gorgeous, spirited artwork. Thank you for posting.
Really DistortedSmile? You couldn't dip deeper into her gallery to find a better piece? This looks forced and has little emotion to it. There's more better glamour portraits in her gallery than this one. If anything, I believe this was DD for the ass.
I feel like this would be better if she weren't as perfectly spotless. I understand you're making this a sensual sort of imagery, but I feel like it would be better to the picture if she had smears, splatters, speckles of paint on her hands, along her arms and perhaps her cheek, even her clothes, of various paint colors, as to give it more of an actual painters touch.