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check it out Hello Watercolorists! Welcome to the July Monthly Feature!
This time I had to finish selection a little sooner, as I'm going to Woodstock Festival in Poland tomorrow and won't be able to manage the feature on 31st July.
I'm sorry for this little inconvenience, but nothing gets lost - the artworks submitted between 29th and 31st July will go for August feature thanks to Cmac13
Hope you will enjoy this month's selection. I think I have a weakness to unusual color use, you have to forgive me that. Here we go!
Dynamic beach impression by Fernando, inviting to enjoy lovely tropical weather. How is your vacation by the way?
Enchanting with its vivid colors and melancholic atmosphere, this little illustration by Tato also draws the eye by interesting square composition and skillful use of contrasted complementary colors.
You could study horse anatomy on Peter's dynamic illustration to classic Tolkien's Silmarillion. Wonderful technical execution and precise details.
Another example of how little colors you need to create a masterpiece. Based on only two colors, this fan art of Doctor Who character shows off J.'s skill in realistic portraiture, playing with warm oranges and cool violets.
Simple impression with wonderful use of wet-on-wet technique, a tribute to Kuroshitsuji character. Excellent example of how little details you need to make your viewers go "wow"!
With fiery, passionate warm color palette and romantic sunset mood, Luiza invites you to see a different view on Venice through her painting.
Deeply emotional portrayal of a woman, creating anxious atmosphere through bloody magenta and cold restless blue stains. We only wish the model finds relief in her sleep!
Haunting, majestic ship bringing back memories of adventure ghost stories, a bold watercolor interpretation of existing shipwreck by Zehra.
Detailed painting from skilled manga artist, you can almost get lost in all the patterns of character's traditional Eastern outfit. Distorted angle and dramatically blown hair creatively add dynamism to the overall static artwork.
An intriguing glare from blue-haired beauty by Isabelle, made with precise sharp paint stains, and another great example of exceptional color usage.
Thanks for viewing and as always, please vote for your favourite and - most importantly - give the artists some love!
Hope you enjoy your summer!