Wednesday, July 12, 2006


Another painting done late in the evening around 8:30 or so maybe a bit later. I think that this was a bit more stronger than the last attempt. The overall control of the lights and darks more successful, wasn't able to finish it cause of the light retreating quickly. I have to work faster next time but I find it to a great exercise in blocking in values. Also I like to introduce a very talented painter and artist JoTo aka Jody Todoschuk Please go check out her AWESOME Colour work at


Blogger Sam Rowan said...

beautiful man ! you handle the paint with grace good job

10:08 AM  
Blogger geenpool said...

that is a feckin' beautimus painting...very nice.

11:31 AM  
Blogger Virginia Valle said...

I love very much this one Linton too much grace :) beautiful blendings

12:30 PM  
Blogger Kyle Marshall said...

Nice work with the paints, I really like this one.

2:07 PM  
Blogger Evan Bonifacio said...

VEry nice man. Liking the atmospheric diffusion youve got goin on. Keep it going!!

3:56 PM  
Blogger stephenfmunoz said...

dude!!!!thanks for the comments on my stuff. I've gotten some comments on it that haven't made me feel too good about my 3d skills, but yours words were comforting. yeah I wasn't sure if I was doing somethings as fast or slow as I should have been. Your water colors are really looking impressive man. why not try some indoor low light work. lighting is diffenret from outdoor stuff. anyways man, hope all is well, take care.

10:43 PM  
Blogger kcirbuk said...

Very nice man!!!
Great watercolors!!!!!


Paco K.

12:11 PM  
Blogger Jarrett said...

Yo, man. This is a real beaute.

12:13 PM  
Blogger Clive said...

Great Linton, you've got a look with these. So few people are doing watercolour any more, and it is seems to be looked down on in the art world of late, that it's a pleasure to see a young guy with tremendous drawing skills putting them out with such energy. I don't know what size you're doing these but you should check out RIBBA frames at IKEA if you're ever in there. You can buy one that will accomodate a quarter sheet of paper or slightly larger for 12.99 and they look super, natural birch wood and white matt and glass provided. I mention this because you might consider selling these at some point, putting them in a gallery, library, cafe, or an art fair like the Toronto Outdoor Art Exibit or the like. Just a thought for when you've got a body of work together. Best, C.

2:05 PM  
Blogger hfm said...

I love it and thanks for the blog's adress.

2:50 PM  
Blogger Farrukh Khan said...

wow....WOW! =) nice

7:38 PM  
Blogger Akshata said...

thanx 4 ur kind comments on my work. well, nice watercolor ptg.,looks pleasant.......!

8:48 PM  
Blogger Frank M Hansen said...

Damn! Really nice work. You make it look easy like you have been doing this for years. Great stuff.

10:08 PM  
Blogger Serapio Calm said...

Wow man! You are a expert on painting! Very beautiful!

10:35 PM  
Blogger The Man Named LaMancha said...

man your stuff is getting better and better. Love it !


9:26 AM  
Blogger Adriana said...

You, sir, are a drawing machine. I'm incredibly amazed at all the stuff you make!

4:55 PM  
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