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Pretty Man by MadameGiry Pretty Man by MadameGiry
Portrait of a friend. I tried to stay away from my usual reds and blacks this time and worked primarily with white, red, blue, and yellow ochre, with a little black for the leather jacket.

Was going to put an elaborate patterened backdrop in the circle but in the end decided that less was more for this particular piece.

I'm really pleased with how this one turned out. :D

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Size: 20" x 24"
Model: K. Prettyman
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:iconhabitualflippancy:
HabitualFlippancy Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I know I told you over aim, but this is lovely. I especially like the work you did on this cheeks.
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MadameGiry Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2008
Thanks so much, hon. The boy has awesome cheekbones. Lol.
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Opergeist Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2008  Professional Artisan Crafter
I am quite taken with the shading/contouring of the cheek and ear. Very nice!
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MadameGiry Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2008
*bows* Thank you! Ears are always a challenge!
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Opergeist Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2008  Professional Artisan Crafter
Quite! Mine always look like ink squiggles.
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MadameGiry Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2008
I used to strategically draw hair so that it would cover up the place where ears would be. ;)
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Opergeist Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2008  Professional Artisan Crafter
::laughs:: Nice.
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:icondoll-of-broken-glass:
wow, I love the detail you put in his hair, how long did this take?
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MadameGiry Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2008
Thank you! Umm..... I would guesstimate in the 10-15 hour range, scattered over a number of days. Lol.
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:icondoll-of-broken-glass:
cool. it's really great.
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