But after I finish the whole painting, I realised that with the apple and the lemon, it looks like I have cut it out of a magazine or something and stuck it on.I think I showed some accuracy with the bottle of wine and onion and I think the onions played well with the background.
But after I finish the whole painting, I realised that with the apple and the lemon, it looks like I have cut it out of a magazine or something and stuck it on.I think I showed some accuracy with the bottle of wine and onion and I think the onions played well with the background.Tags: Essay On Cyber BullyingShow Not Tell Essay WritingArgumentative Essay PlanSample Research Proposal Outline TemplateCritical Thinking And Clinical JudgementSmu Mba AssignmentExample Of A Profile EssaySolving Problems DefinitionTechnical Allocative And Economic Efficiency - ThesisCollege Level Expository Essay Prompts
Exercise: Still life with flower For this exercise I set up a vase with flowers, and after doing some sketches I tried to paint still life with the flower. However, with the pink flower petals, I made it look very flat and not very 3-dimensional.
I probably made a mistake with my observation because I wanted to present all flowers in a real colour.
I painted each object separately, and concentrated on getting the exact colour of the object.
I did not concentrate on the connection between each object.
I should have added darker colours to the palette, but if I did I think it would look like a different flower.
Exercise: Still life with natural objects For this exercise I used some tomatoes, apples, and cauliflower.
I placed everything on a white tablecloth, with a dark background.
I think, after I painted the flower, it is better to use a dark background because it is easy to show the object in the space and show where the light is.
Of course if you look at classic painting all this is seen as it was deliberately done by the painter.
At my stage it is good to understand and learn about colour but in practice to focus more on intuition and do the paintings in a more spontaneous way not scientifically analysing the colours.