Really beautifull light and shadow situation. I love how the skin look like on the first picture.
Thanks Marius, glad you like it!
Fantastic, so good!
Thanks man, appreciated!
moonlight / candle light works beautifuly
Thanks girlpainter! That’s kind of yours!
Very beautiful lighting !!
Grazie Fabrizio! Io non vedo l’ora di vedere la tua prossima!
Gold for me, great lighting effect!
Thanks you Kilsh, kind of a new experiment for me but happy you like it!
Great work ❤️ Very brave!
Thanks Alex, Well brave is the right word thinking about the moment I’d decided to try something completely new to me!
Damn, Alessandro, this is absolutely stunning! Wonderful, just wonderful!!!
Thanks Lucas! Really many thanks!
Hi Ivan and thanks for your comment!
Such a beauty of a smoothie of a project . Wonderful brushwork .gold
Thank you John! Always appreciate your feedback!
superbe encore une fois !
Bravo pour ce beau buste recompensé par un editor’s !
Merci encore une fois Marc! C’est un honneur d’avoir l’editor choice et il n’y a pas meilleur récompense que tous vos commentaires !
Grazie mille Roberto!!
Really beautiful !
The painting fx is very successful.
Thank you Theodoros! Happy that you appreciate the effect!!
Love the candle/lamp light and forced shadows.. Pearls are also very nice
Thank you Josh!
I love this paint
Thanks Jan, appreciated! Hope to meet you in person one day!
Grande Fabriiiii, Grazie mille!!!
Love the shadows!
Excellent painting!! Gold!!
What the light! Gold!
Innovative lights, very bold painting. I’m a big fan of your works .
this reminds me joseph wright of derby. awesome light interpretation. i gove u a silver cause i feel the shadow area needs somehow more definition as it looses teh feeling specially on theface. but the ,manin picture with tht warm light is fantastic.. seriously your work is inspiring
today is my lucky day :) thanks for this one too boss. And believe me your comment and advice worth already a platinum. Agree the shadow side has something that could have been done differently. Rather than definition I always thought it could have been tied to the transition from the other side, especially around the nose and below the left eye orbit where I could have built more depth as on the forehead. Yet I wanted to keep it as it was also to have a reference of what could be improved in front of my eyes for future works. Again, thanks again for the vote and the worthful insight, appreciated!!