Thursday, January 18, 2007

A little more light

Here's the next step.


15 comments:

Laura said...

Yay! I like the warmth seeping back in . This is a stunning composition. Where'd you take the photo?

Chuck Rose said...

This is a farm not too far from where I live.

Jazz said...

Wow.

That's all.

Linda said...

What Jazz said. Wow.

Paige Keiser said...

Hey, I found your blog on accident but have really enjoyed your art work - very nice - your son is talented too! I also recently ordered a Moleskine sketchbook which can't wait to get it. I Found out about them through Dan Gregory's blog, Everyday matters. I guess artists just adore them--had no idea they even existed, and I've obviously been missing out! I'll link your blog.

P.S. Everyone struggles with painting, even the masters. ;0)

Chuck Rose said...

Thanks Page. I like your water colors.

Jayne Rose Designs said...

Cool farm/rural scenes. Remind me of the area I'm in...northern Illinois.

I'm bookmarking you!

Carolyn said...

Chuck... if I scroll through your progress shots each time you add more highlight and shadow it gives the "daylight" the appearance of the sun rising... pretty cool!

Christopher Heady said...

Chuck I have a question for you for my life drawing class,

you'll like this one...

what is drawing?

Chuck Rose said...

This one is easier than you think Chris. Drawing is visual problem solving.

That's it, there ain't no more.

anotherSTARViNGartist said...

the colors are amazing!!! beautiful!

anotherSTARViNGartist said...

amazing colors!@!!!! i love it!!!

Anonymous said...

"how many excuses can you come up with not to paint?" ?? man, you don't need any, You are hereby excused!!

honest, it seems to me You are more of a three dimensions-guy, constructing models, or movie sets, would be natural for You. This picture will sure end up striking, but at what cost? it doesn't have to be a struggle!

Rrramone said...

dude, this is beautiful

cindy said...

This is a gorgeous painting!