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Here’s a question I have been mulling over. If I follow the DMP process very closely, and don’t blend until the end, it seems I will not arrive at the kind of “messy” brush strokes that I want.
For example, in Mark’s video highlighting Karen Offutt’s work, he talks about abstraction and its importance to the look of the painting. It doesn’t seem like I can get there from DMP.
Here's a portion of a painting I did following DMP. It doesn't have the brush stroke quality I want. It looks a bit "paint by numbers" to me.
Here's an example of one of Offutt's paintings
Beautiful. But I don't know how I would get this kind of result following DMP strictly. I must be missing something simple!
Any thoughts? Thanks