Post your Impressionistic paintings

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Re: Post your Impressionistic paintings

Postby Peter-GZ » Thu Oct 27, 2016 8:10 am

Rhinebank_morning_Geometrix_DAP_Acry-Real_Finer.jpg
Cologne - Mühlheim
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very good idea with Geometrix and Acryl-Real.
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Re: Post your Impressionistic paintings

Postby petersolano » Tue Nov 01, 2016 6:58 am

"Drinking More Than One Should"
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Re: Post your Impressionistic paintings

Postby LigH » Tue Nov 01, 2016 7:50 am

Perfect interpretation, Peter! :P
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Re: Post your Impressionistic paintings

Postby strimonec » Sun Nov 27, 2016 6:52 am

Sorrowful soul_DAP_LIPO.jpg
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Image I have never painted a picture that I intended to, they're always better or worse. https://www.flickr.com/photos/strimonec/
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Re: Post your Impressionistic paintings

Postby Peter-GZ » Thu Dec 01, 2016 9:09 am

Ledge_LugiBelletto_Acry-Real_Finer.jpg
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Re: Post your Impressionistic paintings

Postby dr_rick » Sun Apr 02, 2017 10:04 am

OK, this is not a DAP painting, it is real, but is the context for everything I am now trying to achieve. I have MND and cannot hold oil pastels any more so DAP is VERY important to me and my life. I painted maybe a dozen oil pastels when 18 (having been told I was a dunce at art at school), maybe I'll share some one day. Then I worked as a academic/teacher for 35 years and painted about 10 pictures during this time - all oil pastel on paper or board. Then I became ill and I am trying to get to be able to paint like I did before while I can still use a mouse and keyboard, so that when we get to the 'eye gaze' control stage I already know what I am doing and have developed the tools to do it. Oil Pastel on board, ca. 1985, based on memories from ca. 1965. PC name would be Zimbabwe Idyll but the memories are 1965 and in 1965 I was 8 and it was Rhodesia and we were about to be expelled from the country I loved.
Anyhow, my daughter always says I use a 100 words when 4 would do, so here's the picture.
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Re: Post your Impressionistic paintings

Postby dr_rick » Sun Apr 02, 2017 12:53 pm

Sorry for double post - just to show I can used DAP - done with heavily modified Elko AOP (tiny brushstrokes, long UP, long reveal, non-stop detail), 2.7 million strokes. Lion and black kite not originally part of photo.
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Re: Post your Impressionistic paintings

Postby LigH » Mon Apr 03, 2017 2:11 am

Both are quite impressive results. Interesting to see that DAP can make even a handicapped life still worth living. All the best wishes...
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Re: Post your Impressionistic paintings

Postby dr_rick » Mon Apr 03, 2017 1:55 pm

LigH wrote:Both are quite impressive results. Interesting to see that DAP can make even a handicapped life still worth living. All the best wishes...


Thank you! :D
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Re: Post your Impressionistic paintings

Postby rgalka » Mon Apr 03, 2017 2:58 pm

dr_rick.. nice have you tried running your painting thru DAP? just a thought ;O)
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