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Magda no. 2 by KristinaGehrmann Magda no. 2 by KristinaGehrmann
Kristina Gehrmann

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Another figure painting from Angel Academy, done from life. In the class of "Maestro", we use a different style/method pretty much everytime time, and I love it.

Size is about 110x60 cm. Took several days to paint.
I used Winsor&Newton oil paints, and some by Old Holland.

I can't believe it! Just came back home from Italy to my parents' place in Germany, and there is my mom baking cookies! Berliner Brot, something between a biscotti and a brownie, and they're quite good. Even more so because she rarely ever bakes. Ah, the wonderful Christmastime!

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byron7 Oct 30, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Marvellous work :)
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:iconczarek986:
Beautiful shading.How did you do that.And the hair.This is beautiful painting.
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:iconchayeon:
The way you rendered the flesh is beautiful, especially in parts that require choice details such as that elbow, the place where the back slopes inward, and the face. The way you finished the background, interestingly, works very well. It almost seems like she had been ripped off of a larger painting.

Excellent job!
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dreamarian May 1, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
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:iconsami5:
beautiful work...........
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frechstudios Apr 25, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
This is just scary GOOD! Keep it up! Nice work!
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Muffins-go-rawr Mar 5, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
Your way of adding depth is breath taking. This is a very lovely piece.
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owensangel10 Jan 24, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Wonderful job...so glad you are developing your gift!
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so beauty work,,,
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