in Art Love It WIN fun with watercolor – POC by Alex Ledante May 3, 2019, 12:48 am 194 Views 24 Votes 38 Comments 0shares Share Tweet Pin In case you’re unfamiliar with the acronym, it stands for proof of concept. So these aren’t even a work in progress, they’re just little rough sketches done to test the validity of a new technique… Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 24 points Upvote Downvote 0shares Share Tweet PinegyptianexperimentalPOCproof of concepttechniquewatercolor Written by Alex Ledante facebook pinterest twitter 38 Comments Leave a Reply The #1 is really enigmatic. It seems to tell a story that needs to be read several times before the interpretation is revealed. 1 Log in to Reply which is a nice attribute for a painting to have Log in to Reply Is there something you can’t do? These are amazing! 1 Log in to Reply I am pretty bad at architecture… 1 Log in to Reply I thought all of them turned out really well! I see no problem with the egyptian, i love it!! 1 Log in to Reply if she works for you, that’s all that matters 1 Log in to Reply Watercolor my nemesis… I love this effect, like I said above, it works! Love the blue one! 1 Log in to Reply right there with you. watercolor is an unforgiving medium 1 Log in to Reply Boy it is. Oils are much easier. 🙂 1 Log in to Reply oils are so forgiving; you can keep working and blending forever 1 Log in to Reply Yes you can, and you can make them look watercolor..ish… I use washes a lot for back round stuff. 1 I like the softness you created with the watercolors. They really speak of the quiet power. 1 Log in to Reply watercolor can deliver some very subtle results… 1 Log in to Reply You are very talented Alex. Personally the watercolors really bring out the eyes of your subjects. Da Vinci was famous as was Rembrandt, for the eyes that followed you. These are exceptional my friend! 1 Log in to Reply there’s a trick to that. shhhh- it’s a secret! 1 Log in to Reply this is the fourth post you made me laugh on today. 1 The new style is wonderful. I stop at first. 1 Log in to Reply yeah, I should’ve stopped there too Log in to Reply I think your test has been completely successful, dear friend 1 Log in to Reply glad to hear you think so Log in to Reply This first guided blue picture is awesome. 1 Log in to Reply it does have something going on Log in to Reply this something new you have tried this time …………. 1 Log in to Reply always have my eye out for something new Log in to Reply Its fun to experiment, good work Alex 1 Log in to Reply I like to try out new things, just to see what results I can get 1 Log in to Reply Its fun to experiment, good work 1 Log in to Reply Always glad to see you experiment with new things! 1 Log in to Reply it is always fun to strike out into uncharted territory 1 Log in to Reply Is it true? There are many people who are afraid to take risks with an uncharted territory 1 Log in to Reply I can only speak for myself, but I enjoy trying new things or thinking in different ways 1 Log in to Reply That is a praiseworthy principle of life! 1 Experimenting with something new? Well done so far. 🙂 1 Log in to Reply I am glad to hear you think so… 1 Log in to Reply Wow this is very cool, love the blues. 1 Log in to Reply blue generally works for you 1 Log in to Reply You are correct. I tried replying to the individual photos. And I got a blank page. Hmm. 1 Log in to Reply they should call it Virily WIP Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.