Muted Grays and Prismatic Paintings

Here’s some more faces I painted in Color Theory. They also look like other things I’ve seen.

Check it out:

Muted Colors Assignment

Many Colors  
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looks like Littlefoot’s mother from The Land Before Time
Littlefoot__s_mother_2_by_Threehorn(from Threehorn on deviantart)

High Resolution (light colors)
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I can’t pinpoint it, but it looks like an old carnival painting I saw faded on a wall one time.

Similar Colors
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I gave that one to my dad for Christmas. It looks like Birdo from Super Mario 2:

Low Resolution
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looks like a sky Koopa with goggles and a helmet from Super Mario RPG. I couldn’t find a picture.

Prismatic Colors Assignment

Contrasting Colors (white mixer allowed)
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High Resolution (no white mixer allowed)
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Low Resolution (no white mixer allowed)
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That one’s my favorite. I gave it to my mom for Christmas and she swears it’s a male, although I don’t know why she’s so certain.

Similar Colors (white mixer allowed)
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I’m thinking that painting faces is a subconscious exercise like the one where you’re supposed to write gobbledygook on a page and eventually your deepest feelings will come out. These paintings showed me the kinds of things I’m going around thinking about without realizing it. I did some cityscapes too. I’ll show you those soon.

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2 Responses to Muted Grays and Prismatic Paintings

  1. abby says:

    Great and fun post, Scentsate. You’re right in that it does make one think.
    I agree with your Mom that it might be male, but it really could be either.
    Very interesting and must have been a lot of work.

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