Monday, June 7, 2010

the painting who died and got back to life

so, remember the painting from the last blog?
well, I tried to varnish it...but instead of varnish I used white color by mistake and it got destroyed. after crying for an hour and eating a lot in order to relax I've decided to redo it bigger and hopefully better.
here is the process:
first underpaint
underpaint3
finished


destroyed
oops

the new version in progress
l 001

finished
black heart-NEW

20 comments:

  1. yes i like very much your artwork

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  2. Your tears were worth it, the new version is superbe!

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  3. yes I too think that the new version is even more beautiful! great work Nataly :)

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  4. Dear Kukula,
    I simply adore your paintings!!
    You are an amazing artist!
    And I know how it feels to destroy a painting with varnish... it's soooo awful!! :(
    The new version is wonderful!
    Kisses
    Duma

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  5. wow wow WOW! this is amazing!!!

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  6. It became even richer and more beautiful in the second! I love the addition of the arches in the background which frame her so nicely.

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  8. Yes i like your artwork,don't worry i'm working alone those carierists try to hang on me cause they're ready for everything for money and glory,Take care,XoXo

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  9. AMAZING! What beautiful work I've been following you for some time so nice to connect on your blog. You are an inspiration Lovely work ♥

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  10. I love both versions, but the new is amazing!!

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  11. to me, also the ruined one has has its own charm...by the way, this piece is amazing! ^^

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  12. wow the new version looks perfect!

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  13. i always try to comfort myself with knowing that a second try will be better. and oddly it is. yours is here! i do still like the destroyed one too. the surface must be interesting. but that last one seems to push upwards and outwards with light and more spine or something. it's great.

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  14. I really admire you for painting the whole thing again. It takes courage not to give up. The second painting is beautifully poignant.

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  15. It’s a shame you don’t have a donate button! I’d certainly donate to this brilliant blog! I suppose for now i’ll settle for book-marking and adding your RSS feed to my Google account. I look forward to fresh updates and will talk about this blog with my Facebook group. Chat soon!
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