Friday, July 2, 2010

Resillience 1V - Watercolour Painting



10.5 x 13 inches
Winsor & Newton Watercolour, white gouache, Staedtler fine-liner
Arches 300lb cold press

14 comments:

Dave said...

Yikes, this is good! GOOOOD!!! Crazy inspiring, man. You Babe Ruthed this one.

jesse winchester said...

Thanks Dave. That video you sent me has contributed to one amazing day....

These are very exciting times.

jesse winchester said...

for everyone else....WATCH THIS!

http://vimeo.com/9928120

wren said...

I agree with Dave,

You hit this one out of the park. The way the water in the foreground darkens and the lighting at the focal point of the painting - its a treat to see how you handle this.

The guy I've been studying with is Michael Reardon - watercolor badass. His blog is http://michaelrreardon.blogspot.com/
Its great to see that there is excitement in your painting.

Milio said...

What a wonderful painting.Without colours was great too but when you add the watercolours it comes alive.Cheers my pal!

lelisblogspot said...

Great work!

jesse winchester said...

Wren - Thanks very much buddy. You know you are an inspiration to me!

Milio - My ol pal! Thanks a ton, and Im glad you enjoy the coloured version.

Marcelo - Wow thanks man! Im obsessed with your work!

Ned said...

your beautiful designs ...
scrolling through the blog, I really liked the boy who bathes in the river ...

ned
http://www.unmondomigliore.net/

Tyree said...

NICE! Thanks for the kind words. You're work is amazing!

Laura Braga said...

Hi Jesse!
Great watercolour and fantastic ambience!
I love also the sketch of the previous post!
See You my friend and good work!
;)

jesse winchester said...

Ned, Tyree, Laura,
Thanks so much! Im flattered and motivated by your feeback.

Im going to focus on sketching and studies for a few weeks before I embark on another final piece.

Cheers everyone....

anton belardo said...

i love your blog

kisses A.

Marco Bucci said...

very cool stuff! I like how you dealt with the water surface on this one.

Juan Carlos Partidas said...

Wow, this illustration is fantastic. I can feel the movement of the ship on the waves and almost get dizzy. :)