The abundance of colour and looseness in definition stand in clear contrast of one another. It's a quality that flows throughout your entire Missing Children series, conveying frailty and underlying defiance.
I am learning a lot through your paintings and techniques.
This last element is kind of a "bonus round", more applicable to mediums where physical delivery has more presence. So in the case of oils, yes, it is entirely necessary, otherwise it's kind of shameful for not exploring the medium's potentials. Sumi-e too. Just look at /azrael-nekhbet 's paintings. I think content matters too. For more illustrative work, physical delivery might not play that important of a role. But I like to think beyond that style or mode of expression.
That's another very interesting conversation.
Thanks to both of you.
Snowmask you have always such a good eye on feeling and seeing things in art, and you write your thinks so well.
JP thanks a lot for your art and for sharing your feelings and experience.