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Monday, February 12, 2018

The beauty of the world is the beauty as you see it

The title is what my friend told me. Wow, that's so true, I feel. In my eyes, people are the most  beautiful subjects. Find out the beauty of a person and express it in work -- is my mission. In a technical aspect, a huge part of drawing ability is the ability to see a subject like I wrote in "Talent can be learned. The skills of "see" is to define relationships in a subject such as values, colours, perspective, proportions, volumes, shapes, edges and so on. Apart from physical relationships, a subject has a mood and a person has emotions, too. From them, I pick up one topic and focus on it. 
For example, a mood, the tenderness of an old pastor interested me most as well as colours, his white cloth and a stole. 
Drawing and painting skills are much like interpretation skills of the identified relationships in a subject. How can we interpret the picked up visual information by what? Methods is up to an individual's choice and decision such as medium and a style. We can try tens of thousands of different ways. 

Moreover, drawing skills are often equal to a painting ability/skill. So, I always keep up drawing. When I wonder how to paint a drawing, I always get back to black and white drawing like initial sketches. Then, I get on painting. 
It was nice to pop up a church service. I could have a rich meditation..., or simply a naughty girl?! I wish to depict any walks in ordinary people's ordinary lives. I want to draw people from all walks of life. It's up to our eyes to find beauty. 
Friends, Happy Painting! 


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10 comments:

  1. I always love and admire the beauty you see in people, it shows in your sketches, Sadami!

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    1. Thank u very much, Judy! Your eyes, too, always find beauty in subjects and your hand picks it up on your watercolour painting. Best wishes, Sadami

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  2. well said and expressed, as always. I love what you said here: "Drawing and painting skills are much like interpretation skills of the identified relationships in a subject. How can we interpret the picked up visual information by what? Methods is up to an individual's choice and decision such as medium and a style. We can try tens of thousands of different ways. " Thank again for sharing !

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    1. Thank u, kind Meera. I hope you'll enjoy your journey of art. Me, too, enjoy this creative journey. Best wishes, Sadami

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  3. You always find beauty in the people around you, Sadami; and then you share that beauty with us!

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    1. Thank you very much, Rhonda. I know you do the same thing in any subject. Cheers, Sadami

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  4. So well expressed, Sadami, and so well illustrated! Your love for the subject feeds your skills and vice-versa. There's so much life in these portraits!

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    1. Thank u very much, Blaga. Ultimately, art work might be a result of love for a subject or vice-versa. I'm getting very busy, btw! Best wishes, Sadami

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  5. Sadami, sin esfuerzo, por lo bondadosa que eres, ves casi todo lo hermoso que nos rodea. Sin esfuerzo, porque es consustancial contigo misma.
    Un fuerte abrazo.

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    1. Gracias, Joshemari! Siempre eres amable con cualquiera. Eres una de las personas bellas de la tierra. Disfruta de tus actividades artísticas. Mis mejores deseos, Sadami

      Thank you, Joshemari! You're always nice to anyone. You're one of beautiful people on the earth. Enjoy your art activities. Best wishes, Sadami


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      Sadami, without effort, for how kind you are, you see almost everything beautiful around us. Without effort, because it is consubstantial with yourself.
      A hug.

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