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Simplifying a photo to erase details

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Tips & Trickfor painters

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Finishing a painting with acrylic markers

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Susan G. commented on Philippe JOLLIVET's photo
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Manhattan Bridge WIP

"I love these progress pictures. Very helpful to see your progress.  "
9 hours ago
Susan G. commented on Philippe JOLLIVET's photo
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Sketches

"Nicely done Philippe.  Ive been in a similar class.  I did not fare as well."
9 hours ago
Ken Dinneen commented on Philippe JOLLIVET's photo
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Path

"Going to one of those interesting places.  Nice!"
17 hours ago
Deborah Alavosius commented on Philippe JOLLIVET's photo
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Manhattan Bridge

"Thank you Philippe, that's very helpful information!"
Feb 9
Philippe JOLLIVET posted a photo

Sketches

Sketches, Pastel on paperDuring a class we skeched each other during 10 to 15 minutes. No erased allowed.Of course the result is not perfect (approximate likeness, proportion errors) but this is a really good exercice.
Feb 6
Philippe JOLLIVET commented on Philippe JOLLIVET's photo
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Manhattan Bridge

"Deborah, I forgot one more trick. Some of the paints I use are transparent or semi-transparent (Paynes grey, ultramarine blue, naphtol red, pyrrole orange). So the underpainting is visible and brush strokes are softer. I try to mix colors with…"
Feb 4
Philippe JOLLIVET commented on Philippe JOLLIVET's photo
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Manhattan Bridge

"Hello Deborah, Sarah, Charles! Thank you very much. Deborah you are way too generous! Some of my edges are soft because I paint them several times. I don't use gel for that purpose. Actually, every time I have a new color on my brush I try it…"
Feb 3
Sarah Irland commented on Philippe JOLLIVET's photo
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Manhattan Bridge WIP

"All of your stages pictured look pretty good to me, Philippe - but, yes, I know the feeling.  I have started to expect the phase of a painting when it just looks bad but it is still uncomfortable. Your process is very organized and looks great!"
Feb 3
Philippe JOLLIVET posted a photo

Manhattan Bridge WIP

Work in progress.Perhaps you know these stages when your painting in progress seems awful?Fortunately we know the path to go on.
Feb 2
Charles Eisener commented on Philippe JOLLIVET's photo
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Manhattan Bridge

"Agree with both Sarah and Deborah.  The separation of the two main distance planes is very dramatic with the warm/cool contrast.  Very well done!"
Feb 2
Sarah Irland commented on Philippe JOLLIVET's photo
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Manhattan Bridge

"Another beautiful painting, Philippe. I can see why your daughter loves it.  Great palette and brushwork, as usual. I really like the way you painted the light I  this,  as well  Beautifully painted!"
Feb 2
Sarah Irland commented on Philippe JOLLIVET's photo
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Path

"How lovely, Philippe. I love the loose brushwork and your color palette.  A wonderful job for 2 hours time. You are talented!"
Feb 2
Deborah Alavosius commented on Philippe JOLLIVET's photo
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Manhattan Bridge

"This is a masterpiece Philippe! The perspective is spot on. I love the way the bridge frames the buildings in the distance. The colors...using orange against the blue and keeping the palette simple is so appealing, achieving both harmony and…"
Feb 2
Philippe JOLLIVET commented on Sarah Irland's photo
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Welcoming Spring, lighter

"Hi Sarah! Your style is easily recognizable: vivid colors and great details. The subject is sensitive and delicate"
Feb 1
Philippe JOLLIVET posted photos
Feb 1
Philippe JOLLIVET commented on Deborah Alavosius's photo
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Coastal Winter

"I think you took a great shot. I love the quiet and mysterioux mood. And as usual your painting is very accurate and beautiful. Well done Deborah!"
Feb 1

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How long have you been painting? Doing any kind of art?
for about 40 years, but from time to time, acrylic painting
What other mediums have you used?
oil
Are their specific things you would like to learn?
all technics specific to acrylic,
how to choose the right colors for landscape and portrait
Where did you learn about this website?
Searching on YouTube

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At 5:05pm on February 17, 2017, Mary said…

Hi Philippe.  I'm delighted to be added as your friend!  Thanks for asking.

At 7:51pm on June 17, 2016, Wenda Spooner said…

Philippe, i am so totally impressed by all the people in your paintings. i so want to try people, i just dont know where to begin. i guess i am not very brave haha. the more i look at yours, the more i want to try it though. you inspire me :)

At 4:25pm on June 8, 2016, Karen Ilari said…

Thanks so much for the donation Philippe!

At 10:24am on May 10, 2016, Karen Ilari said…

Philippe, thank you for being a part of this website! Your comments and contributions are awesome! And thank you, too, for the donation. It is so very appreciated!

At 8:32pm on April 30, 2016, Wenda Spooner said…

i very much enjoyed viewing your paintings. thanks for sharing.

At 9:26am on April 11, 2016, Jamie Boone said…

Philippe..thank you for your kind words regarding my art work..I;ve been painting for years but I still have a long way to go! Your art is beautiful and I love the thoughts behind each of your paintings! Keep them coming!

At 11:26am on February 17, 2016, Charles Eisener said…

Philippe - we are not supposed to critique works posted in the "photo" section, that is why I have hesitated.  If you block off the left side of  "Explosions" along the diagonal line of the background value shift, you will see a very nice, cheerful painting on the right side.  Now block off the right side along the same line.  The left side of the painting is quite drab by comparison, with lots of mid values but no light values except a few streaks of white.  There is no unity between the two sides of the canvas.  I think you need some bold light values on the left side to give it more life and provide a better sense of unity.

At 6:01pm on February 3, 2016, Karen Ilari said…

Thanks once again Philippe for your donation!

At 3:16pm on December 6, 2015, Karen Ilari said…

Philippe, thank you so much for your donation! it is so appreciated. I'm so glad you found our site, your comments and discussions really add so much to the "Ilarians" :)

At 5:42pm on November 16, 2015, Karen Ilari said…

Philippe, thank you so much for your donation! It means so much to me! And also for your kind and encouraging words and all the wonderful comments you make on the site. I'm so glad you found us!

 
 
 

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