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I'm a hobbyist so my knowledge of this art style is limited, but here are my best recent attempts to create cubism paintings. These are all acrylics and touches of marker on 11 x 14 inch canvas


Art paint Azure Paint Rectangle Creative arts

"Bottle, Jar & Milk Bottle"

Paint Rectangle Art paint Painting Wood

"Stoneware Jug"
Paint Rectangle Textile Art Creative arts

"Self-Portrait"


Feedback is welcome. Thanks for viewing!
 

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The bottle milk and Jar is the best but I think you should not outline all your shapes. Where one colour meets another will do the job just as well and certainly don't use the same colour for all the shapes. It makes the painting look too heavy handed and removes your ability to use tones to change the emphasis between shapes, that is give different strengths to some shapes rather than others. You can use this as a way of creating a entre of interest in your painting.
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