Degas study: switching medium

42 cm x 29 cm acrylic on paper. It was fun studying this famous Degas pastel in acrylics. One gets to glean a whole lot of info from studying master works, and switching media (e.g. rendering a charcoal in watercolor) adds to the thrill.

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  • Thank you so much Pulak and HDraw (Hasit?). I discovered the advantages of switching medium quite accidentally, and haven't regretted ever since.
  • Very good work prosenjit. I too like medium  switching while copying a master.
  • nicely done!
  • You're absolutely right Nikhil!

    Thanks for the encouragement :)
  • Masterwork copies are a great idea! You learn so much from the process! This is really good! Go, go , go!!
  • Hi Manu, thanks! Following in the footsteps of the masters, in your medium of choice can be a most gratifying experience. I'd wholeheartedly recommend it to anyone.

     

    Regards...

  • it seems be a good exercise, i think i'll must try it.

    great work!

     

    Regards

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