Lovely Studies. Are you using Grumbacher oil for these?
Hi Jackson, How are you doing?yes i am. I use grumbacher MAX with my portable set, and when I am at home. In my studio I use W&N (the non water soluble kind) when I am in my studio. My living space is too small and I do not want to breathe in the fumes.
great paintings! cheers-
you, my friend, are the man! great studies - those apples rock! thanks again for your valuable feedback during your visit a couple weeks ago. =)
Beautiful studies. Your brush strokes are so full of character.Ciao,Joe
Beautiful paintings Bob, can't wait to see more.
Beautiful brushstrokes man!!
Really nice paintings! Those fruits look so scrumptious!
hello man your blog is so amazing...awesome drawing and watercolor...and i like very much your artwork that you used into the sketchtravel...bye
really good works, and colors!! Lately ive been reading some blogs that talks about warm over cool, or cool over warm (in brown skins, or as you said in the watercolour demo, in dark brown hair). There be a special rule about this??thanks
Hey Bob! How's it cooking over there...
these are great Bob! congrats on the new book too. hope you are well.
nice blog. like your style. reminds me of de seve. i will add a link from my blog to yours.best,c.b.
long time no posting..great to see your recent work!The painting of Alice is fantastic.Love the still life too.post more!dps.are you working on that project?
Hey dice,I have been pretty busy lately, but am now working on your secret project. I'll show you something soon.
I love these studies man. Really cool-Biv
Your work is really beautiful.
Wow these are great studies Robert. Congrats on finishing your latest book. I look forward to it!*R
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