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Red Wine

Red Wine

Red Wine by Saltwater
Red Wine by Saltwater


Red Wine

Painted in watercolours on paper

Watercolours: Sennelier watercolours (extra-fine) + Derwent watercolour pencils
Size of the artwork: A4 -  21 x 29,7 cm  -   8 1/4  x  11 3/4  in  -

General Info

General Info

Category Miscellaneous » Objects » Food and Drink
Date Submitted
Views 636
Favorites... 2
Vote Score 3
Comments 9
Media Watercolor
Time Taken


Comments (9)

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Falconlobo on March 16, 2016, 9:12:33 AM

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Falconlobonice bottle and glass 

Saltwater on March 25, 2016, 2:10:08 PM

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SaltwaterThank you very much      :D          

Falconlobo on March 25, 2016, 2:47:42 PM

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Falconloboreminds me of a song^6

alitta2 on March 16, 2016, 2:04:40 AM

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alitta2Nice bottle of wine :)
Bartos would surely drink all in one sip, just like anything that contains alcohol (and even those that he believes containing it, but actually don't, for example a nail polisher) XD

Saltwater on March 25, 2016, 2:24:07 PM

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If I had known that it was for Bartos,

I would have concocted a special little  recipe of my own,
much stronger than nail polish,
and I would have given it a fancy name, like:  "Great Bartos, cuvée spéciale Pinkos".   ;-) 

TeeJay87 on March 16, 2016, 2:28:38 AM

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TeeJay87The best part of this painting is the way you depicted glass affecting colour of the wine - the tone differs between liquid in clear glass and in the bottle. *thumbsup*

Saltwater on March 25, 2016, 2:17:31 PM

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SaltwaterThanks for noticing that.
That was one of the effects that I was trying to achieve.  :D

Jadis on March 16, 2016, 7:30:04 AM

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Jadispretty. very nicely painted, I like the colors, and I think you did a very nice job of making the framing match well with the art.

Saltwater on March 25, 2016, 2:13:32 PM

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SaltwaterThanks.  I always try to make the framing match as well as possible with the artwork.  ;-)