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Score
4.63 / 5.00

Date
07/15/2011
Category
Fine Art
File Info
687 x 486 px
JPEG
60.3 kb
Tags
animals
traditional
wolf
acrylics

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Author Comments

A quick small wolf study painted with acrylics on a 7" x 5" canvas board.

Reviews


lojjlojj

Rated 5 / 5 stars Aug 10, 2011

paint?!?

is this a painting? what on earth! how? absolutly splended.


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StudioGiselle responds:

Thank you! *blushes*


thexusedx90thexusedx90

Rated 5 / 5 stars Jul 20, 2011

Wolves...

I love wolves so therefore I love this. Beautiful, simply beautiful.


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StudioGiselle responds:

Thank you very much for dropping by and letting me know you like this piece :)


LucihaleLucihale

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Jul 20, 2011

Canvas! YAY!

I think this looks great, and I have very little to add over the reviews below me. The ONE thing I could think to say, and forgive me if it's been said, but I wish the painting was seven FOOT by five FOOT. I feel like the amount of detail you poured into the wolf is wonderful, and it gives me the impression that you could make jaws hit the floor if you had worked bigger and detailed it to your hearts content. Truly, though, a very nice peice.


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StudioGiselle responds:

Believe me I wish I had a huge canvas to work on! They are so expensive! These are practice pieces so I will eventually work on larger pieces as my techniques improve. Thank you so much for your lovely review :)


KolossossKolossoss

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Jul 19, 2011

very nice

I would like to say for everybody that see's this grand realistic piece is WOW. Having said that i know its a quick one but I would have liked to see a more riveting background but do not think i dislike this artwork i very much enjoy it actually truth be told the wolf is my favorite animal. Now before i continue to ramble my review: detail 9 because of the background. Color 10 I truly belive the wolf is near perfect. Emotion and meaning 7 I feel a sense of many things but mainly pride, meaning I'm really sure (also as a critic im open to reply's and opinions of my work so feel free to let me have it) thank you for this marvelous piece of art keep up the good work.


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StudioGiselle responds:

Thank you very much for your critique. I agree that the background is somewhat blah. I am practicing wet on wet with my acrylics so these smaller paintings have been the results of this technique. I'm still not getting the results I want so I will keep practicing. I was going to keep messing with the background but the wolf turned out much better than I thought and I didn't want to spoil it. Perhaps when I feel more confident I will revisit this piece and add more to the background.


BryonyBryony

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Jul 18, 2011

Yes, traditional materials!

So happy to see an actual on canvas in the fine art section.

You did an amazing job on the fur, especially the face, with great colours. I'd like to have seen more of the wolf! The background could do with more defining/another layer as I can see the canvas and it looks unfinished.


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StudioGiselle responds:

Thank you Bryony. I agree that the background could need more refining. I am practicing wet on wet technique with acrylics and finding it quite difficult. I don't have much time to blend the colors before they dry. I think at this point I will try to use more layers to achieve the results I'm looking for.