Asian inspired paintings; multiple views of the same horse.
I saw this picture some time back and thought I'd like to paint it. I don't remember whose horse it is, but I wrote down "Hammer" , so that must be the little guy's names.
I did many views of the same photo. using Japanese brushes and ink means you have to work quick; the rice paper absorbs the ink in unpredictable ways. The darker ones are on a paper that is light brown in color . They are wrinkly now because they are not mounted onto a stiffer paper, as is required when working on rice paper.
if you want to tell me which ones are worth mounting, please do.
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My favourites are the 2nd and 5th :-)
That's excluding the photo, I assume. Looks like you like the "lighter" ones.
I really like 5 and 7. They're sort of two extremes, but I really like them.
I like number 3 :)
But the question is, which are your favourites that are worth mounting? ;)
2 and 6 are my favorites.
I love all of them but if I had to choose than number 7 it is :)
I'm drawn to 5 first then 7. Really cool!
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