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On Duty In Brigadoon  No Ch101 Drawing - On Duty In Brigadoon  No Ch101 by Kip DeVore

On Duty In Brigadoon No Ch101 is a drawing by Kip DeVore which was uploaded on August 24th, 2008.

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Thank you for the Feature, Joe McClellan in Excellent Self-Taught Art group.

A very powerful piece. A resolved and sad soldier the true face of the war. Did you not show any face features on purpose? Very smart indeed. I can't stop staring at the face trying to find the person in it.

Kip DeVore replied:

Thank you, Elena. Yes, I'm guessing the lump of charcoal I was using probably precluded much facial detail -- it probably wasn't intentional, but just a limitation.

Thank you all. Yes, Donald, set up my chair there with drawing board, paper and chunk of charcoal. Thank you.

This is a really nice study of a Civil War Monument. I believe it was done on location. If so, please join my website: pleinairartists.ning.com. It is fairly new, since May, but already has 777 members, all artists who paint outdoors on location. It is Worldwide, for beginners to professionals, and is free to join. I thank you for all the fine complements you gave me today. Glad I was sitting down! Some days your up and other days your down. Today I am way up. thanks. Don

Hi Kip, I like the solidity in this. The loose gestural marks make the statue come to life.

I admire all of your work. You really are multi-talented. Keep shinin', aew P.S. My guitar teacher's first name is Kip.

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