Tuesday, March 17, 2015


"I See You" -  Yesterday's selfie-in-progress was posted yesterday, and this is today's selfie finished. Whatcha think????

15 comments:

Barbara Muir said...

That's one serious looking dude -- aptly portrayed in vivid colour.

Love it.

Your fan in the T.dot,

Barbara

CrimsonLeaves said...

It is fabulous, David, as I knew it would be! I am laughing at myself for thinking your hand was your hair in yesterday's start.

Suzy said...

"What do I think?" I think WOW! How does he do that?! Lively and beautiful. Thanks for the two day progress shots.

Maywyn Studio said...

Good painting, has a cheery lift to it.
After reading the title, I immediately look up to make sure the painter's tape is over the lens on my laptop. lol

hmuxo said...

Your "selfie" is painted SO beautifully!! Wonderful colors and love the looseness in this portrait! Congratulations!!!

Dianne said...

Marvelous! I need to play with that style, it looks like a spirited way to paint. You do it so joyfully, so Sacto is not just a government town.

David Lobenberg said...

As you know, Barbara, he is VERY serious! :-)

David Lobenberg said...

As you know, Barbara, he is VERY serious! :-)

David Lobenberg said...

Crimson - You needn't laugh too hard. With my loose, exploratory style, many of my watercolor starts are rather on the abstract side, just the way I like em!

David Lobenberg said...

Suzy - This one almost got away from me until I a shot the hand with my water gun and loosened it up. I think the many lost lost edges in the hand contrast nicely with many of the sharper edges in the facial features.

David Lobenberg said...

Maywyn Studio - Always a good idea to block the all-seeing eye! :-)

David Lobenberg said...

H. Muxo - Thanks. LOVE controlling the floods!

David Lobenberg said...

Dianne - I ain't no government employee - way to spirited for that occupation. I call my work "California Vibe Watercolor Portraiture.

Sally Chupick said...

wow! knock my socks off. spectacular!

David Lobenberg said...

Well thank you, Sally!