Sunday, December 30, 2012

More tango...

Tango 4, Langton cp, 30 x 40 cm
Still on the same subject, I started the above painting with the intention to make a dark background, like with the other three before it. But when it reached this stage, I liked it and decided to leave it alone. There is enough detail in the faces and the arms. The rest I like fuzzy and incomplete, to imply movement.

The one below is a large version of the study I did last week.

Tango 3, Langton cp, 54 x 40 cm

This is my last post for the year, so have a lot of fun ringing in the new year!
Cheers!

10 comments:

Jane said...

Great movement indeed in the first one...awesome piece, and beautiful and intense close up ! Happy New Year my friend!

Judy said...

They are both really beautiful, Blaga! Happy New Year!

Mercedes Ares said...

Blaga. Preciosos los dos trabajos, me encanta la postura desafiante de los personajes, pues asi es el tango "malevo". Muy Feliz 2013!!!

Janina B. said...

Oh, wow. Das Thema ist mein;-) Herrliche Arbeiten.
Wünsche Dir alles Gute im Neuen Jahr 2013 und grüsse Dich herzlichst.
janina

Blaga said...

Thank you, Jane!
Thank you, Judy!
Gracias, Mercedes!
Danke, Janina!

Lydie said...

Bonne et heureuse année 2013 , Blaga. Bises !

Sadami said...

Happy New Year, Blaga!! Great work and let us celebrate your achievements. Capturing moving people, dancing looks tricky, but I feel there are some tips -- find repeated patterns. Also once eyes learn a "human body," eyes will correct drawing lines on paper and tell a hand to move properly. I'll upload about movement one day again in 2013.
All the very best wishes, Sadami

renate said...

Hello Blaga:) Happy new year. I hope you will have a lot of painting fun in 2013:) Your tango paintings are beautiful!

Christine FROIDUROT said...

Je te souhaite une année 2013, colorée et harmonieuse. Bises

INA JACOBSEN said...

El tango es tan envolvente como lo son tus pinturas