I decided to paint a ski hill for a change…
This entry was posted on April 4, 2011 at 10:14 pm and is filed under Friar's Artwork. You can subscribe via RSS 2.0 feed to this post's comments.
Tags: British Columbia, original artwork., Ski hill, watercolor
Wonderful watercolor. The palette is just right and you did a great job on the shadows which are important to this painting.
I think the painting on the top is much better than the painting below.
The first 80% of the painting looked like nothing. It was only at the very end, when I put the shadows in that it all clicked into place.
The top one is the painting. The bottom one is the photo.
Wow! Love it.
Very nice! I like it.
Well then you photoed a nice painting.
@Linda and Mike
Yeah..you keep telling me what a waste of time it is to paint something, when I can just take a photo instead.
So I thought I’d paint something, then take a photo of it. Just to waste even MORE time.
I have no life.
Hey Friar! That is a beautiful painting. I’d recognize that scene in an instant. You are a very talented fella, aren’t you? PLUS you can ski really well! You’re a keeper.
I think Dale is sweet on you.
I can’t wait to go back there (only 10 months away!) Hope we can hook up again with Friar’s Mom, and ski some more Revelstoke.
Not to worry. Dale is happily married. But she’s my mogul-guru, who taught me to ski bumps.
Oh, is that what they are calling it now?
Whatever floats your boat.
I really like this painting. You and eyeteaguy are hilarious. I went to his blog – not comments since 2010, and it was sentimental! I was shocked. Kind of boring though, could not find the artwork!
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