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War Paint

by Lauren Sauers
(wilmington N.C.)

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War Paint 3

War Paint #2
#1 i promised a better version of my first "War Paint" ...here it is(:
#2 i promised a better oil pastel picture...here it is(:
so this is my promise picture :P
It's the 3rd picture I've ever done in pastels and i think I'm improving quickly(:
I knew the first time i drew it i had to do one in colored so i did:) i like it... hope u guys do too!
xoxo
lauren

P.S. i cant take credit for the concept because the original one was done by the lovely Charlie Bowater, but my versions are different so its not "Copying"

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War Paint 3

ANOTHER remake of war paint :)

they keep getting better and better in my opinion.....
ahhh... I do know i just love this :)

i only took 15 minutes on the hair and im proud of it. haha

i am IN LOVE with this concept. This is my third digital art painting :):)


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Note from Kerry:
Lauren, only one word came to my mind when I viewed your second version of "War Paint", and that word is "Stunning!" Your unique style is still there, bold and brave, and completely admirable.

Re War Paint 3
Hi again Lauren
It's great to know you are loving creating things digitally. I do have a tablet but I haven't had any time to experiment with it. One of these days I'm going to give myself a day (maybe a week?) for me and my art.

Here is your original version of War Paint which you sent in January 2011. I'm so partial to black and white drawings, I think I still like that one A LOT.


Edited to add some comments:

by: Michael Betz
Risque....
Ohhhhhh....showing more of your lovely ladies.....I am enjoying these more "revealing" pieces......awesome!!

by: Lauren Sauers
haha
ok now michael dont get too carried away ;) i just thought it would look more natural without a top or clothing to distract you from her face
and i dont know i love drawing woman... there much more fun to draw and easier to show emotion... but thanks :)

Agree....
by: Michael Betz
Yup, I agree. I prefer to draw women, for the obvious reasons, but also because women have such smoother, flowing lines. Men are more chisled, harder features. Women are truelly living works of art.....

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