Dust Faery by kae

Dust Faery

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Added: Mar 09, 2006
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Artwork Description

An experiment with using a different technique for painting skin, which I think I prefer over my usual method.

Thank you to Kamille for being my model. Smile

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Is this piece in print yet?

forestrogers's picture

These are really lovely!

Guest's picture

B-E-A-utiful! Love the colors the emotion and the creativity U should do more like this one

kae's picture

Thank you. Laughing out loud

Guest's picture

I would give my left arm to own this lovely lovely piece. Breathtakingly beautiful.

Guest's picture

shes beautifl i love the colors you used and her expression

Guest's picture

this painting looks very much like a brian froud painting i am very impresed!!

Guest's picture

This is a truely beautiful picture. I'm in love with the red hair.

rita's picture

She is so cute - love the little snail...

kae's picture

Thank you. Subtle is the effect I was going for, so I'm glad you see that in it.

kae's picture

Thank you very much for the compliments, James. Smile

kae's picture

It's painted on canvas without an underpainting.

baylessiii's picture

Great painting! It looks classic and new all at once.

cmlovell's picture

Wonderful use of the media, this is so subtle and beautiful. Very nice!

daniela's picture

marvelous painting, great colours

mermalior's picture

It has wonderful mood!

Guest's picture

I like the posing of the model on this piece. I think her downward expression of her face is very effective in creating a mood, and her face almost pops out at you. I also really like the colors, the reds next to the greens are beautiful. The entire effect is a very beautiful, serene composition.

somerset's picture

Beautiful beautiful painting, Katrina, your new method works wonderfully for you, she seems to glow with an inner light, gorgeous!

lindseycarr's picture

this is absolutely stunning!

Guest's picture

This is much clearer than your previous work, I think. What kind of underground did you use for it?

Art at its best.