Speed Painting Watercolor Portrait

Advanced, Drawing, Painting, Watercolour | 22 Aug, 2012

The application of generous amounts of water in the portrait makes for a very professional and confident end result. It is interesting to note how the artist has allowed the vibrant watercolors to bleed into one another to create a really quite fresh and contemporary style for the portrait. The detailing has not been lost either throughout the piece and leaves plenty for your eye to study and admire.

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    1. You are currently my favorite artist, I am absolutely mesmerized by your work. You have an amazing talent, and you are super pretty to top it off. As an aspiring artist I can only hope to reach your level of skill in my life time. Keep doing what you do.

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    2. Hi, I am a young artist and I do speed paintings on my channel! So if you enjoyed this video visit my channel for a Joker Speed Painting!I would appreciate if you could help me reach my goal of becoming a more popular artist on youtube,I am new to youtube but I guarantee that my paintings are of a high quality.If you are reading this I would appreciate it if you could visit my channel so that more people can see my work!Thanks very much I appreciate the support!

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    3. My name is Alyssa. I am 13 and inspire to be like you. your artwork is beyond beautiful and cannot be described with words. Because of your art I am now using watercolors more often. I get frustrated when my paintings do not turn out as good as yours do. then I must remind myself I am 13 and have only been drawing and painting seriously for less than a year now. Never stop painting, you have a true gift from God. -Alyssa

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    4. @awesome8383 Start painting today, concentrate in loving doing it on the process and watch the results in the future. :yWatercolour is, I think, one of the hardest methods of painting: I suggest starting with acrylics.I can help you on a brief start, but not too much, nothing fancy, just the basic. Ask me if you want to. :y

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    5. Well I was looking for some drawings with charcoal and somehow I came here, I don’t know how but I am rly happy that this happend. Well this is amazing, you got some talent for sure. From tomorrow I will try some watercolors for sure!!!

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    6. There’s a girl in my art class who’s been copying your style. It irritates me because your the original, not she. On top of that she’s won awards because of her copying your style. I know it shouldn’t irritate me so much but it makes me mad that people like her just copy styles that people like you have probably spent a lot of effort creating and molding it into something wonderful.

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    7. Ciao! intanto complimenti, sei davvero brava! volevo qualche consiglio sugli acquerelli. Non li ho mai usati, ne tanto meno so cosa serve. Il tipo di carta, i pennelli migliori, e magari qualche consiglio. Sulla scatola di colori da comprare, dato che ce n’θ di diverse dimensioni e diversi colori. Di nuovo i miei complimenti πŸ™‚ P.s sono uno studente di scultura e mi sto affacciando da poco alla pittura. ti seguirς!… on line intendo XD

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    8. but they are separate ways..one leads to death and one to life..that is why God makes you choose between good and bad, between light and dark, between life and death..becouse they are separate ways…God is good…whoever chooses Him, will have eternal life!

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    9. or “696hellokitty” : I don’t agree with you..good is good and bad is bad…they can’t be together. Bad exists in the world becouse of the sin that is in the world, and that is why anyone knows and understands what bad is.. becouse bad is suffering and pain…and also there is good in the world, that people understand becouse good is happiness and life..

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    10. I know perfectly that the world “is not a disney movie”, but why like the evil and the death instead of liking what iss beautiful and good..? Becouse we all have a choice! We can choose to spread light around us or to spread death and darkness…I hope I made myself understood..

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    11. ti conviene andare in un negozio di belle arti e farti consigliare da loro. πŸ™‚ La carta θ ruvida e spessa da acquarello, i pennelli sono quelli piω corti con le punte piω morbide, per i colori io uso i winsor&newton, ma anche altre marche sono buone! Devi sapere che gli acquerelli sono molti facili da mischiare, io ho una scatola da qualcosa come 45 colori, ma alla fine uso i soliti 10.. se soprattutto sei agli inizi io consiglio la confezione da viaggio da tipo 12 colori.. Bastano!

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    12. hey well lol im not that girl but im only just starting to develop my water coloring skills i would never wish to copy another artist but how do u create a style of your own after researching and studying the diff typesof art, isnt it that you take a little from everything you like and combine them and try them out to discover your own.i dont ever want to copy someone but can i ask advice i wish to develop my own style how did u find yours?

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    13. Perfetto, credo di aver afferrato tutto. Ti ringrazio per le dritte. Disegno da quando sono nato, come te, penso. Ma avevo un’avversione per i colori, di recente ho provato con l’olio e sto avendo buoni risultati. Spero di trovare un espressione per come ho fatto con il disegno! Buon lavoro! e complimenti, hai un bel linguaggio creativo.

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    14. aww that’s a disappointmet D: Are you sure she’s been copying, though? A lot of people, myself included, like to work a little more abstractly and freely with watercolors. Is it not possible that she simply has a similar style? I’m not trying to say you’re wrong, I just want to know if you’re sure she’s been copying and it’s not just conicidence.

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    15. thats not fair for you to say that.cuz im a graffiti artist that enjoys new mediums. and to be honest my water color shit looks sorta like this.and i have never seen this before.. so i bet if you saw my shit youd assume that i copied this fine artist.which ofcourse i didnt. i never had formal training jus streets and trying what works.so unless you know for a fact this girl in your class is saying” hey you know that watercolor artist from the youtube, yeah im coping her shit.” then mybad. peace

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    16. i’m not gonna say i’m agree with your friend, but i think she’s on her way to find what style suitable for her, and she finally found this kind of artwork that she actually like to do with. she was inspired, but unfortunately ended up copying. even well known artist like picasso copied other artist style until they found their own. And agnescecile should be proud. Nothing could be better than the original.

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    17. Love love this, but I have to disagree with you in terms on copying. Unless this girl is copying EXACT painting from this artist, I have seen (and know) few artist that paint in this style. I work in fashion industry, and it is very popular technique with illustrators. So don’t hate on the girl for having style that has been done before and it is always fresh with different set of eyes. Every artist brings something unique to it, Celebrate it!

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    18. yes, this is right too, it’s ok if she starts a painting with watercolor, with a lot of colors and some drips, it isn’t a unique style. But you haven’t to spend all your time remake the style from an artist you saw on the web, is useless for yourself. If it’s just your natural artistic development there isn’t problem! A lot of people tell me my works seems inspired by Marion Bolognesi, it’s ok, our style are similar, but I didn’t know who she was before, just both of us are using watercolors

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    19. @SheepyPixie your a fool if you think this girl in your class is copying Agnes work, In todays mordern art world there is alot of argument about artists copying others work, if im being honest Agnes looks like she has worked through the Inspiration of Marion Bolgonesi. So how do you know this girl isnt just working through inspiration of Marion ? With all this said i am only stating an obvious point i find Agnes work fantastic and truley inspirational.

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    20. I feel like copying artist who use this style because I use it too, when I was younger I always liked the drops and paints splash stuffs. Just the whole splash art thing. But I see more artists who use the style now and I don΄t feel really comfortable by painting with this style. But it’s just a style I like to do but stilll… it doesnt feel always right…

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    21. I think the important thing, whether you copy someone elses work exactly, or create it yourself, when you’re learning, one of the best ways to improve is to study the process for how something is made. With painting and drawing the best way to study and improve is to copy the work of your superior until you have a good enough grasp(a long with studying the concepts and ideas behind it) Look at all the old masters, they had students copy their work directly, because it helps build technique, <3

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    22. I don’t think anybody is copying anybodymaybe the girl has a similar styleand the person saying sthat he copies you is just jealous,anybody has a style of their own there’s a million person out there doing the same thingis your own feelings and your own passions that make you differentnot a medium or a way of doing things

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    23. Your perception of EVIL is not the same as everyone else. This may depict something completely different in the artist’s eyes. And when you paint/draw, you express emotion. If all you paint is happy things your lying to yourself.

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    24. Well if your (supposed) god created EVERYTHING then that LOGICALLY means he created all the evil stuff too. Death, disease/ pathogens/ viruses (all either meant to kill or cause suffering), famine, war, infant mortality… etc etc.

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    25. I think that it is because most people are more accustomed to feeling more negative emotions. Pure happiness and goodness is only achieved through hard work, innocence and purity can never be retrieved once lost, beauty is particularly uncommon, usually masking a darker, more sinister interior, actions of charm can be distorted into a vision of sick obsession, and people can be untrustworthy of love, for its nasty side effects if it is ever tossed aside or taken lightly. It’s sad, really.

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    26. I love how the music perfectly sets with the painting .. to me it somehow fits it PERFECTLY ! I guess it goes with the quirkiness of what came up with the product of the painting .. anyway good job ^^ I like it very much :> I admire your skills of water color art πŸ˜€ ! Im still a beginner :3

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    27. Death has beauty too. I mean, God could let people not die, but by dying, you have a chance to go to heaven, which supposedly is a beautiful place.And for example, sadness isn’t evil. If sadness was evil, then why did God give people sadness? Sadness isn’t a temptation; it’s an emotion, and the last time I checked, emotions in general aren’t evil.Also, this painting isn’t even evil. It’s an expression of emotions, and can be interpreted in many ways. And this is beauty, abit in a cooler form.

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    28. Good intention, but unreal and utopian.If evil never was,how could goodness possibly exist?Its the principle of duality, which is necessary.If you believe in God, then you have to accept the fact that without the image of Satan, a metaphore used for defining all bad things in general, would never exist the whole Christianity itself. Good and evil will always be, it’s something like one of the rules of this world, which will never change. And this portrait is nothing but a beautiful piece of art.

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    29. iv seen almost all your videos…but dis one just cuts into my soul…who is dis girl you painted? dis painting shows the slow degeneration of the soil…from beautiful to wrecked…from life to death…from you to us…its a masterpiece.

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    30. In your religion, didn’t it state that ‘God is the creator of all’, if ‘God’ didn’t create all, then who created evil, didn’t god create that entity too? Regardless, I love the watercolour paintings- they are done with such skill! And are very beautiful!!!

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    31. forget all this talk of good/evil light/dark, I clicked on this video because I admire your talent and your work and I much rather not fill up the comments about God and just tell you that your videos are Amazing, good work <3 keep it up!SignedYour biggest fan πŸ™‚

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    32. I can’t believe I just stumbled across this. You work like a genuine master in your planning and imagination, and I found myself not able to blink for much of the speed demo. The background music set just the right tone, too, what was that? Anyway… You’re really, really inspiring. I think I’m in love with watercolor now. Thank you. πŸ™‚

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    33. Very inspirational video, got me painting again πŸ™‚ by the way, i couldn’t send you a pm, i wanted to ask you about the music, really liked world’s end girlfriend, would have never heard it if it wasn’t for this video, got anything similar?

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    34. Beautiful. I’m looking into trying to watercolor. But my whole history is art has been based on LINES, Everything must have a solid form. Seems like using watercolor you have to allow the tool to have a say in the matter. But you are fantastic and memorizing to watch. Have you heard One winged Angel the FF7 song? I think its work a listen.

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    35. I’m thinking to venture into the world of watercolors but I’m curious to know what kind of material your work on? i meant, what it’s made the panel on which you paint? Is made of conventional Opaline or special type of canvas? please reply and congratz.

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    36. Hey Agnes? Or anyone reading? I don’t know if you read these comments but if you would read this one it would mean the world to me. I’m 14 years old, and aspiring to someday do art like you. I just made my first video on my channel, of me drawing the Hunger Games mockingjay pin then burning it. If you would go check it out and leave a comment, it would absolutely make my day. <3

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    37. imagine waking up in the middle of the night with her (I’m guessing its a chick) standing next to your bed staring at you… Creepy. I would freak. Then again I would freak if I woke up to anyone standing over my bed in the middle of the night……

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    38. I’m have always been interested in drawing/painting. I am starting to get into it, I honestly do not know where to start, because I am no artist. Nor do I want to work my way towards being one, I just want this to be a serious hobby where I may express myself. I long for the day that I am this masterful. Truly a beautiful piece.

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    39. dude tell me about it -.- i hate it sooo fucking much. its so runny and stupid and wont cooperate just like oil pastel and soft pastels and everything in between. i dont even know why im still in art. i suck. im giving up.

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    40. Incredible! How long did this take you?You seem to include such detail and precision yet it is still so free flowing. I’m curious as to whether you spend little time on it to get the flowing effect or that you spend a lot of time and use a lot of control πŸ™‚ I’m really inspired by this

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    41. Your art always has such emotion to it…I can truly feel the emotion that goes into each piece. You have a talent to…paint emotions. If that makes any sense… But you can truly see the pain or the sorrow, sadness etc in every single piece. Also I love how it is both realistic but also quite abstract at the same time. Beautiful paintings. πŸ™‚

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    42. @iydsktb you are correct. nobody can believe about this quickly. but i can tell you one thing, i really ddnt expect that air lines will send me the flight tickets without any dime. its worth a try here => bit.ly/TTm6An?=dqjrrj

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    43. Wow, this is seriously some of the most amazing art I have ever seen, your art is absolutely amazing, I’m seriously blown away, one day I hope to be able to create such a beautiful piece of art. This is honestly amazing, I can’t stress that enough, you are incredibly talented, please keep created such beautiful and amazing artworks.

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    44. First of all I’m lovin it! but i have some questions, would be really nice if u could answer them πŸ™‚ how many different brushes do u use? what kind of paper or canves is that? because when i draw on normal paper it gets wavy πŸ˜€ if u know what i mean. and do u start with a pencil sketch? thx :))

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    45. guys i really need help! I want to use this technique, so i took a picture to my face but my question is where to apply dark colors is there like an effect i could use to my photos as a guide to were ill paint! omg heeelp

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    46. Well, my art teacher usually tells us to ‘half close our eyes’ and where you see the darkest darks, you apply the the darkest paint (or shadows with a pencil). What I’ve learnt with this technique is that you let the paint be, and don’t be afraid of making a mess, because that’s what watercolour is about! Hope this helps. Good luck!

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    47. What would you call this type of painting? I mean obviously watercolor but if you type in watercolor portraits into a search engine you dont get painting like this and I HAVE to find out so I can do a family portrait! πŸ™‚

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    48. watercolor is actually not too tricky after a little practice, plus there are so many different techniques out there you can always turn something so simple into a beautiful masterpiece (as long as you have at least a little talent haha)

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    49. A few critiques, hope you don’t mind; she seems to have a wonky eye. She doesn’t appear to have her head tilted downwards, yet her ear is higher than her brow. The alignment of the nose and mouth is off considerably, and the nose in itself appears to be wonky. Also, consider revising the centre line of the face, as the features a further to the left, however, they appear to be pointing to the (our) right

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    50. I think the meaning of a painting is subjective, depends on a viewer. After watching the video it΄s clear that the artist has put a part of herself in it, a part of her feelings, thoughts maybe… That makes this painting so sincere. And the fact that the artist wants to express her feelings, communicate with the viewer and make him think makes it meaningful to me.

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    51. at different angles, the relation of parts of a picture will change respectively. i can see what you mean about the left-right alignment tho, but i don’t think this is the kind of painting for which critique of “photo-accuracy” is meant. i don’t have any professional artistic training, btw, but i do have an eye and appreciation for art (and music), and this is def artistic, imo…

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    52. suuuuuuuuuuuuper artistic gitl u roock ,,am really interested in this kinda of painting ,, didn’t started it yet ,, i do pencil prtraitz ,, herez ma facebook account ,,it would be ma plaizure if said a “hi” so that i would be able to ask u a few questionz young lady πŸ™‚

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    53. LOVE the work, music was creepy but i handled it alright. I think the ‘dislikes’ are for the music. oh well! I’ve been working with watercolors (shocked i didn’t see any pencil marks on the paper, unless their very fine). did you have a photo u were working on, or all imagination? i have lots of questions..including what was that last tool – a white marker? your painting has a soul of it’s own. thanks! keep it up! one day I hope to be as good. πŸ™‚

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    54. @kmjbpam yeah all my friends thought I was crazy buying all these courses i spent every dollar i had try to work out how to profit online. im so happy i did though cause i learned tons and ended up finding a goldmine method which allowed me to quit my job. but im not the type to keep a good thing all to myself you can get it here >>> bit.ly/UqY4Nb?=ngrbr

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    55. Ok I have one more thing to say… I’ve been watching various speed painting videos and there is one thing that they usually have in common… it’s starts looking fabulous later on after the artists get through the main rough areas. Your painting looks great every step of the way. So graceful!

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    56. Great painting, and really kool to watch you paint it. I’m laughing out loud right now cuz I was thinking “The background music is totally creeping me out,” and I see this comment posted at the same time I was listening to it. Eerie, and it goes on.

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    57. I love this so much!! I attempted my own portrait water colour too. With yours as guide lines since I do not want to completely copy yours. I think it turn out alright. Not great like yours but better than what I can do. πŸ™‚

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    58. Hermozo trabajo; Pero la musica es en verdad patetica…. la imagen va un poco con el espiritu de esa musica dark Pero en mi caso o para mν esa musica es muy desagradable especialmente cuando estαs viendo expresarse un talento como el tuyo… La deprecion tiene elementos que la hacen parecer bella, pero es funesta a la larga… ojalα no dures mucho tiempo estacionada ahν.un abrazo y felicidades por tu talento.

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    59. @nlfsgye you are correct. i couldnt believe it when my friend told me about this site. And, tomorrow is my first date with a millionaire guy that i got from a rich men community site :P. if you wanna try just try now => bit.ly/ShyMSb?=dwswkf

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    60. Did you use the wet on wet trick? also when you have a messy part do you dry it a little to make something else so it’s not wet on wet because wouldn’t the wet on wet trick look bad after a while of trying to make like a flower or a face?

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    61. That was 4 the viewers, not u. I know you’re busy with painting & videos. But i see like 500 questions on here, they should know u can’t answer them all. Don’t know if some people are trying 2 cop your style, but they won’t be as good as u. I watch a handful of your vids over again every day

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    62. whoaa this is awesome ;D the first thing i do after watching this video was taking my watercolorcase from schooland try this out it ends in a horrible mess ,DD you are so talented woa .. i dont know what i should say beautiful ;DD ?

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    63. Wow. What kind of brushes do you use? I’m looking for good brushes for so long. And do you use references? Or do you just draw some face? I love the intense look you gave her. Really alien-like. ( not sure if that’s a word, i’m dutch πŸ™‚ )

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    64. I really love this. I can draw myself, but i would really love to try something like this out sometime. Could you maybe post a tutorial on your channel, including everything you need for something like this? I would very much appreciate it.

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    65. I’m sorry for the spam, but I’m trying to get word about my channel out. I was inspired by artists like Agnes to make my own art videos. I do speed drawings and art with cool materials as well, though not nearly as awesome as Agnes’. I’m a 14 year old student who just wants to share art with the world.[: So, if you would visit my channel and check out some of my videos, it would really make my day. <3 Thanks!

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    66. I believe that you are my all-time favourite artist. In my drawing fundamentals class, we had to do a drawing inspired by our favourite artist, and I chose you! I didn’t do watercolor at the time, but I have just started to take it up, and am doing a series of 3 pieces for my final! Fingers crossed πŸ™‚

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    67. My teacher from (1st period) showed us this in class while the music was playing and everyone was creep out / wtf faces except me since I couldn’t stop laughing cause the music sounded like two aliens singing abducting people and doing experiments while scary circus theme is playing.

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    68. nah me to, i had to put it on mute for a little bit cuz it was freaking me out….. but then it was just as creepy silent, so i turned it back on cuz it was really fitting, and i think its hauntingly beautiful. both the painting AND music xD

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    69. Talent does not exist really. It is the excuse of lazy people to diminish the hard work people put in to obtain skills. But most of all an excuse to themselves so they don’t have to feel guilty for not starting and trying to achieve even greater skills.Back on topic: great portrait! The blurred edge / color expansion of her right eye is very nice.

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    70. there is talent but its only the starting skill to become someone great. some guys learn faster than others and have a better felling for color and stuff and this is talent. so talent is 1 percent of the “perfect drawer” i am sorry for my bad english πŸ™‚

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    71. Hey guys. I’m not doing a give away or anything special on my channel. I’m just an ordinary 16 year old guy that can draw! Actually, I make videos about my artwork! If anyone checks out my channel, that would make my day!

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    72. Amazing. I don’t know how you do it. Your paintings are always the perfect blend of realism and abstract. And every stoke is just exactly where it needs to be its almost as if you could control paint. Breathtaking. Just breathtaking.

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    73. You are amazing *_* I would love to draw like you!Speaking of which, I’m a pretty decent artist (not even a fraction of how amazing you are!) But i’m getting started. I’m 13 years old and I love to draw, It would mean the world to me if i could get some views and subscribers. Right now i only have 2 videos but this christmas break i plan on making a lot more. If you could please give me any tips or just even check out my channel i would be overjoyed! Thanks.

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    74. You are amazing *_* I would love to draw like you!Speaking of which, I’m a pretty decent artist (not even a fraction of how amazing you are!) But i’m getting started. I’m 13 years old and I love to draw, It would mean the world to me if i could get some views and subscribers. Right now i only have 2 videos but this christmas break i plan on making a lot more. If you could please give me any tips or just even check out my channel i would be overjoyed! Thanks.

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    75. That’s why I hate it when people say I’m so talented with my art stuff, and say that they wish they could do things like this too. I know it’s supposed to be a compliment, but honestly, they think I was born with the ability to draw. I’ve been practicing for my whole life, because it interests me, and I’m still not as good as most people. It’s kind of insulting that they think it’s not hard work for me. Maybe I’m just a nutter on a rant, I don’t know. πŸ™‚

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    76. That’s why I hate it when people say I’m so talented with my art stuff, and say that they wish they could do things like this too. I know it’s supposed to be a compliment, but honestly, they think I was born with the ability to draw. I’ve been practicing for my whole life, because it interests me, and I’m still not as good as most people. It’s kind of insulting that they think it’s not hard work for me. Maybe I’m just a nutter on a rant, I don’t know. πŸ™‚

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    77. If you have time can you please come check out my Youtube channel. I’m a self- taught artist, and I express my art on Youtube. I’m sure that you won’t regret seeing some of my videos. Thank you for your time.-ArtArtAndMoreArt

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    78. If you have time can you please come check out my Youtube channel. I’m a self- taught artist, and I express my art on Youtube. I’m sure that you won’t regret seeing some of my videos. Thank you for your time.-ArtArtAndMoreArt

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    79. I use too many different kinds of paper: some are acid free, some are porous, some are for practice : ex. accademia,i have large papers that are of good quality for mat works, but for this kind of art, where “we” use lots of water, and no drying techniques have been applied, we can use any kind of paper as long as it’s thick and porous!

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    80. I use too many different kinds of paper: some are acid free, some are porous, some are for practice : ex. accademia,i have large papers that are of good quality for mat works, but for this kind of art, where “we” use lots of water, and no drying techniques have been applied, we can use any kind of paper as long as it’s thick and porous!

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    81. I have watched a few of your beautiful videos, and I have to say, you astonish me. I love your painting style, and congratulations on painting eyes in watercolor, which is a testing feat. What is your source of inspiration, if I may ask? (I understand if you do not see my comment, what with all the compliments I see filling your videos, it will be lost in the pages, I am sure). I too paint and write novels and books, though I have published none so far,- continued in next comment….

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    82. I have watched a few of your beautiful videos, and I have to say, you astonish me. I love your painting style, and congratulations on painting eyes in watercolor, which is a testing feat. What is your source of inspiration, if I may ask? (I understand if you do not see my comment, what with all the compliments I see filling your videos, it will be lost in the pages, I am sure). I too paint and write novels and books, though I have published none so far,- continued in next comment….

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    83. continuation of previous comment- though I am only still in high school, but I find it difficult to find inspiration to continue my art and writing, even though it fills me with joy. If you can supply me with any tips for inspiration, I would be overjoyed. Thank you for sharing your works of beauty, which already inspires me some =3 <3.

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    84. continuation of previous comment- though I am only still in high school, but I find it difficult to find inspiration to continue my art and writing, even though it fills me with joy. If you can supply me with any tips for inspiration, I would be overjoyed. Thank you for sharing your works of beauty, which already inspires me some =3 <3.

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    85. its hard to say what is good and what bad art…its the own meaning of something…if i can see a story behind the picture..then it is real art, not how good it is drawed…if someone can see more behind the picture then others..it would be more greatful for him as for others…

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    86. Practice and hard working is the most important thing but not everyone have the same skills. Sometimes someone with a “little” work can do things much better than someone spendind hours. I practice martial arts, I like drawing and many others things and I can promise to you that you can find the gifted ones and the normal people. That is the naked truth. And according to your comment, no one is going to tell you: I wish I could do things like that too, but I am so lazy, inconstant and slacker

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    87. Wow! Today I said to a friend that I’ve never been able to do something without practicing a LOT. I feel like i’m not virtuous at anything… and some people just doesn’t have to practice a lot to get the skills that I get in years… but truth is, that we never see how much people practice to develop their skills. I spent years learning how to draw, just because I was terrible at it. I belive hard work is the way to get virtuous

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    88. I totally get your point, while I do believe everyone’s born an ability to do something that doesn’t mean that you don’t have to work hard to do it because you do. It’s just with singing a person born with the ability to sing still has to practice singing even if they sound good, there’s a lot of hard work that goes into these sorts of things.

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    89. Please tell me how it comes some people learn some things easier than others etc. Saying that a musical genius who can distiguish every tone/name them, as soon as he’s learned their name, ISN’T more talanted than a musician who trains everyday but still can’t tell for sure if it’s an F or a Bm, is plain bullshit. Training is very important but saying that talent doesn’t play a part in someones greatness is just a wierd thing to say.

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    90. THANKYOU. recently some people in my class were talking about a girl and looking at her stuff (which wasn’t very good). i said she could do better, and one of the other girls who doesn’t like me much, proceeded to then tell me that “well its easy for you to say because you don’t have to try hard, you can just draw.”. i was so angry. i try hard with everything i do and it makes me feel so under appreciated when my hard work is disregarded >:(

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    91. Beautiful Art!This is an invitation to see an artist theory it is saying the forward momentum of light forms the forward flow of ‘time’ within each individual reference frame. The wave-particle duality of light forms an interactive process forming a blank canvas that the individual can interact with turning the possible into the actual. I believe this is what we are seeing when we see an artist at work. We are seeing new light photons coming into existence relative to the actions of the artist

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    92. You are so talented…however, is there a particular person/message you are painting or try to get across?? or are you just practicing? I like your style, but if you are just painting faces because you can paint eyes lips noses… it’s redundant and a bit bore to watch after a few vid… Still, thanks for sharing and you are truly talented.

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    93. Hey, I did spend time and watch a few videos…and the subject matter is the same- a face’s looking this way or that way and non of it belongs to any one in particular. Just to paint water color and draw a face to look like a face and could not do a true portrait of any one…it becomes redundant and overbearing to look at …first it was a fascination, then boredom, and the artist is talented, I want him/her to know that she will need to explore more than that to keep us engaging..

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    94. I think your missing the concept here… This is her style. Its also redundant if you are just focusing on the the object especially if you are trying to be an artist. Even if you are still in your practicing phase anyone with eyes can see her message. Keep practicing and you will understand it.

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    95. Have you ever bothered to look at her deviantART page? There’s a link if you look at her actual channel. There’s loads of paintings that aren’t just faces. If you still find it redundant… well… you might as well stop watching these videos!

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    96. ??? ?? ???-???? ????????? ???? ??????????? ??????. ??????? ???? ????: ?????-????? ????, ?????? ? ????????. ???? ???????, ??? ??? ???-?? ????? ???????. ??????. ???. “????????????”. ? ????? ??????, ?????-????? ???? ?, ???????????, ????????, ? ????? ??????? – ?????????? ??????. ????????!

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    97. Hi Isabelle, I did and about page 9 things got a bit more interesting and I hope those are most recent. I message to the artist is very clear, we can all paint but not every one can be an artist. And I don’t take thing lightly, She has talent, and can be both..why stuck with this and not reaching for a higher level??

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    98. Dear Tumbi…please go back and read further..to whom I’d replied to…and if you only see “this is a woman painted with ink over paper. What do you need more?” as you have stated.. you make the artist cry and bleed..all her hardwork is flushing down to.. πŸ˜€

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    99. Then that must mean that you know this is just the artists style of art.And that a deeper message isn’t intended.But what makes this piece unique how she is able manipulate color saturation and temperature to convey the persons emotion by using her eyes and facial expression.

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    100. Dear Jess, originally I wrote that while I am admiring the artist’s talent, but is it part of her practical phase? Because her videos posted here are all about manipulating watercolor on faces; and because those faces were fascinating (regarding her talent)at first but overtime have become redundant with similar expressions. I acknowledge, she obviously is a talented artist who can add depth/meaning onto her paintings then why not?..And this was the trigger point which stirred up much debate.

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    101. well if you look over her paintings she concentrates on the eyes more then anything. Just look over them and see if you notice the pattern. And you weren’t wrong for questioning it. Sometimes I have to be reminded that not every piece of art has a deeper meaning like many of the other movements we see. Especially in commissioned paintings. When I go to a museum I try to analyze the painting before I read the description. And most of the time I find my self over thinking it.

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    102. I pointed out art realism because even if an artist wants to draw an object the way it is without a message its still considered art. But what makes it amazing is the high contrast value in the picture. That’s why I say to keep practicing because you will begin to develop a style that could possibly make you successful. She may not be well known all over the world but she has no problem getting booked for galleries and getting commissioned.

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    103. You know… I think that as artists we all grow. We all experiment and find a style that we like. Personally, I believe that her art is full of emotion. Such as her piece The Game of Making Structures. If you take a moment to appreciate the pure emotion in those eyes as well as the gorgeous technique then you’ll see the spark that makes her art unique and a joy to admire.I like where she’s going. You may not. We all have our own opinions, and I cannot force mine on you. With that I’m done.

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    104. Hey, im starting at speed painting, and im trying to do my best. If you want to see my videos check out my channel, there you have 2 of my works. Please thumbs up on this comment, so, somebody can see it. Sorry for this spam and my bad english, its the only way that i have for make my job public. Thank you very much for your attention. I hope you enjoy it !

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    105. it’s really surprising how you do it! the reality and the dream are so near and their limits are clean and blurred at the same time. not drawing the eyebrows make the portrait unhuman and stress again the magical aura of this painting. i’m totally fan of you! πŸ˜€

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    106. Totally impressive! Portraits are the hardest subject to do in watercolor. I’ve been dabbling in it for 15 years, and am blown away by your talent. Your video is great – absolutely love the music, it supported your work beautifully.

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    107. @agnescecileThis is a great piece. I really enjoyed watching your process from start to finish on loosening up with your brush strokes then coming back into the work to redefine certain features of the face. My only critique is to get rid of those small little dots you splash onto it. It looks a little childish and it really does not enhance your piece much. I see it way to many people splashing the medium onto the surface rather than letting the strokes speak for themselves. Overall, good job

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    108. @ ladymimiroseTo answer your question more appropriately, it is actually more of an expressionistic portrait. Abstract would refer to the art movement in which objects were broken down into basic geometric forms as well as constructed from various points of views thus showing the totality of the object in space rather than from a single perspective.

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    109. @ladymimiroseThere is more than likely not a single class that teaches just portraiture unless it is taught by a specific individual outside of a university setting. Your best bet would be to pick up books on the anatomy of the face and watch more of these videos to see how the artist goes about painting these portraits.

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    110. dammn! I think im in love! totally love your art… i im a guy whos trying to learn something new, and this is totally new for me, can you help me? i was wondering… what kind of paper are you using? or what is it? please help me…

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    111. dammn! I think im in love! totally love your art… i im a guy whos trying to learn something new, and this is totally new for me, can you help me? i was wondering… what kind of paper are you using? or what is it? please help me…

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