A Teacup

A Teacup - Oil Painting a Day

Daily Painting #180 – A Teacup
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Oil painting on gessoed matboard
Approximately 5.5 x 5.5 inches — 14 x 14 cm
Not for Sale

I’ve mentioned this before: porcelain is, for me, really one of the most difficult subjects to paint. This little teacup was no different.

Oil Portrait Painting by Faith Te

On another note, I recently completed my portrait assignment for Different Strokes from Different Folks. It feels great to finish another portrait again — and an oil portrait at that! Visit my other blog, Art Studio, to read a little more about the painting. The direct link to the post is: Oil Portrait Painting.

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15 Responses to “A Teacup”

  1. Terri Says:

    Whoa! Took my breath away! Very impressive!

  2. Kari Tirrell Says:

    What a beautiful portrait, Faith! Very well done. I enjoyed looking through your blog. Your work is fabulous.

  3. liz holm Says:

    Awesome portrait. Absolutely brilliant, Faith!
    Happy New Year!
    Liz

  4. Adebanji Alade Says:

    Great Piece!

  5. Ruth Bodycott Says:

    Absolutely marvelous and perfect portrait. No other words, but BEAUTIFUL!

  6. Stephen Parker Says:

    Hello Faith,

    Your portrait for the DSFDF challenge is superb. Looking at some of the other pieces on your site, there seems to be a truly peaceful quality to your work, in addition to all their other wonderful qualities. Congratulations, and good luck in 2010.

  7. Gwen Says:

    What a stunning portrait! Your style is beautiful and you’ve portrayed a remarkable likeness. I’m a new fan. Off to check out the rest of your Blog.

  8. Faith Te Says:

    Thank you, everyone, for all your kind comments! Ms. Terri, Ms. Kari, Ms. Liz, Mr. Adebanji, Ms. Ruth, Mr. Stephen and Ms. Gwen — thanks so much!

    Oh, and congratulations to everyone who participated as well. Everyone did a wonderful job! I hope the portrait swap becomes a DSFDF tradition. Happy New Year!

  9. Claire Carnell Says:

    An amazing portrait, Faith. You did a fantastic job!

  10. Rishi Kapil Says:

    Excellent work.What a classic portrait.
    Wish you a Happy New Year.

  11. Nithya Swaminathan Says:

    Lovely portrait. Stunning realism you have achieved, and great smooth skin tones.

  12. Sylviane Says:

    Your portrait is so wonderful, so perfect!

  13. Jonathan Says:

    I was/am really impressed with the quality of paint you applied. I don’t understand how you keep it so in control. I always end up with brush marks and the likes.
    Anyways great job!

  14. Julie Bloch Says:

    Beautiful portrait. I love your work.

  15. Faith Te Says:

    Ms. Claire, Mr. Rishi, Ms. Nithya, Ms. Sylviane and Ms. Julie, thank you very much for stopping by and leaving comments! I do appreciate it!

    Jonathan — Thanks! Try using a mop brush or any brush that is very soft and quite loose unlike the bristle or hog brushes. They’re great for keeping edges soft and for blending. Hope that helps.

    Happy New Year, everyone! Paint on!

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