Sharing another portrait painting of a Girl with acrylic colors on 300 gsm paper. I have found doing on paper more comfortable for blending this type of smooth blending. The natural texture of the paper makes the skin texture more natural. I enjoyed doing this painting because it has multiple textures in one place, like the face, hairs, the cloths and the background. All those have different textures and different lighting challenges.
I am sharing a video link too with this painting picture.
I will love to hear form you about this painting.
Thanks a lot Rajeshwar for you comment.
I love the way you caught the warmth of her and that moment in your depiction of the light! Tutorial is really well done and fun to watch.
Very good and thanks for sharing us ‘how you painted it’. I always enjoy the videos you post. Thanks for sharing.
Nice to know that you liked my work. Thank you so much for your appreciation
Thank you so much for appreciating my work. I’ll try to post something interesting. Have a great day.
Wonderful painting looks just like it could be a photograph but much better. What brand of paper do you use? I found some canvas paper for acrylics that is really nice to work on. It is canvas paper but nothing like working on a stretched canvas.
Also, I really enjoyed your video and learned so much from it.
Thank you so much Teri for you lovely words. I am glad to know that you liked my videos too. I mostly use canson 300 gsm watercolor paper for my acrylics. But recently I am using 400 gsm acrylic paper. Both are equally capable of withstanding the vigorous brush strokes I applied for my works. But acrylic papers are slightly better. Keep painting. Have a great day.