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DeadlyBlondeArcher (Apr 5, 2006)

I was thinking while I was painting this about how I keep my oil paints in a big tackle box and I would always squeeze the tube wrong and the seam in the back would break or the tube would get a hole in it and while I was painting I'd get all engrossed in what I was doing, squeeze the tube to replace a color I had run out of, and paint would squirt out from 3 different directions and then I figured, why bother putting the lid back on, and throw it in the box and then the tubes would stick together and dry up. I wonder if anybody else is that sloppy.
DeadlyBlondeArcher (Apr 5, 2006)
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DeadlyBlondeArcher (Apr 5, 2006)
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DeadlyBlondeArcher (Apr 6, 2006)
drawn in 55 min
I should have just left this without submitting it, it takes forever to submit and I didn't get anything done.
DeadlyBlondeArcher (Apr 6, 2006)
drawn in 1 hour 26 min
DeadlyBlondeArcher (Apr 6, 2006)
drawn in 2 hours 3 min
DeadlyBlondeArcher (Apr 6, 2006)
drawn in 1 hour 28 min
sincity (Apr 6, 2006)
I'm that sloppy for sure. But this is great as usual. :}
DeadlyBlondeArcher (edited Apr 6, 2006)
thanks. :)
davincipoppalag (Apr 6, 2006)
I think most artists are sloppy with their stuff. Somehow neat rows of clean , organized equipment and supplies isn't a picture I can imagine near someone who is passionate about painting. I like this one as much as the spilled red paint one from a while back.
HunterKiller_ (Apr 6, 2006)
Ew, i can't stand messy paint trays.
LisaAnne (edited Apr 7, 2006)
Haha...reminds me of my honors art class I had in highschool. I had never used oil before, and all of us (4 students haha) had to use the same paints. They were kept in a plastic box much like a tackle box, and ALWAYS they ended up just like you were saying. I just about went nuts, because I was super Obsessive Compulsive back then. Anyway, I loved the little story you had with this, and the texture on this piece is exquisite. I really enjoy the depth of color as well. Almost forgot to mention the wood grain...that alone would be a great painting.
mikron (Apr 7, 2006)
Well it doesn't change the fact the you are still a top class painter.
darkshadow (Apr 7, 2006)
along with great paint you have made a nother great wood grain
the green tube is my fav in this pic
staci (Apr 7, 2006)
yeah that wood is pretty hot.
xiang (Apr 7, 2006)
I thought it was real at first. =__=;
I guess that's my way of saying it's amazing
Opium (Apr 7, 2006)
I love this! I really like how the objects fade as they get farther back! and the red paint is phenomenal
Miss_DJ (Apr 7, 2006)
the textures of EVERYTHING in this are amazing...and I LOVE the wood. Incredible.
JoeNobody (Apr 9, 2006)
where's the Magic White?.......fabulous job DBA. :-)
Gigandas (edited Apr 11, 2006)
Geez, that wood grain......craziness..... (I can feel the grain lumps at my fingertips just by looking at this)
Sweetcell (Apr 11, 2006)
Agreed about the wood, it looks like you could get a splinter. And that paint. Gooieness.
Moosh (Apr 12, 2006)
^ What they said. :) Fabulous job.
fleeting_memory (Apr 12, 2006)
ARG! Who got paint all over the table?? ;) This rox my socks-so much so that it rox the sock in my sock drawer.
Naz (Apr 13, 2006)
Looks very realistic. Well done!
laurael (edited Apr 22, 2006)
Ohhh....look! That there is MY table and, no...just kidding. That is one hell of a great job there, missy. I absolutely love it!
DeadlyBlondeArcher (Apr 22, 2006)
thanks... oh, GOOD, that means you get to clean up! *runs outside* :)
metaphoricalsmiles (Apr 26, 2006)
wow! this is great. i love the way u captured the glare of the light on the paint so perfectly. it's amazing
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