June 01, 2012

Color class quick-sketch demos







6 comments:

Vasburg said...

I wish your "quick" would be the same for me.

Rupert Lewis said...

Not bad, do u have any dvds I could send my students..

Thanks

RUP

http://rupertlewisart.blogspot.de/

Rose said...

Great brushstrokes.

The Painting Ward said...

These are pretty cool...loving the colors

Young Vic said...

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Flogistix said...

wow....the painting was really awesome. . .I love it. . thanks a lot for showing it to me..keep it up . . .really love it. ..
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