Friday, August 6, 2010

Salvo In The Donut War, Boston Cream Donut by Kelley MacDonald




A challenge to paint, a challenge to photograph! IRL there is a part of the cream that is in shadow - distinct from the donut in shadow. See, Susan Roden? I can do ooooey and goooey, too! Taking a break from donuts (much to my family's relief) this weekend - next week I'll mix it up - the war's not over, Susan.... not by a long shot!



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24 comments:

  1. Your donuts are fantastic, Kelley - they look sooooo delocious!

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  2. Your donuts are fantastic, Kelley - they look sooooo delocious!

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  3. Perfect!! Ummmm this is one of my favorite donuts in the world wide world and you make it look as though I could reach in and take a bite!

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  4. You two are too funny.... ; ) Yum.

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  5. yum, my favorite-nice job. this series has been fun to watch

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  6. looks yummy! Great painting!

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  7. Wow, bringing out the big guns with the Boston cream variety. I can see where you are talking about with some of the cream in a shadow, but you nailed the colors to make this happen. Sometimes is just all about color mixing isn't it? and you did it.

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  8. I gained 5 lbs just looking at this decadently delicious painting! Oh, that chocolate...you aced the rich brown color and the shiny gloss. I'm drooling!

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  9. How is it that I don't like jelly or cream filled doughnuts until you started painting them? You're making them toooooo tempting.

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  10. Amazing!! You capture the color and texture so well I can almost taste it.

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  11. Ohhh, oooooey & goooey!

    I took a day reprieve for have a sick hubby and did a side job and look what I spy - boston cream!

    And here I had concentrated on a jelly ammo for Saturday - always one up on me Kelley. But next week I'm bringing out the "BIG" guns.

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  12. I am not sure that I can visit your blog anymore...this is my absolute favorite donut, and you have painted it so perfectly and deliciously. My pants are getting tight already...
    All kidding aside - this is phenomenal!

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  13. All these donut paintings makes me want to try one...
    It looks like you and Susan are masters at it!
    Kim

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  14. Oh no!

    This donut has clearly been injured in the war and is bleeding cream filling!

    -Dean

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  15. I think I'm gaining weight being in here....better go run a few miles...Thank you for sharing your beautiful paintings!

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  16. Yum!!! I get a sugar rush when I visit your site these days. Great work!

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  17. yummy
    I am on a diet.
    thanks for making me drool!

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  18. Just found your blog. Can't wait to watch it!

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  19. Wow, that cream is so realistic! Great painting again!

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  20. Oh Kell, why oh why do you torture me so???? ; )
    This is wonderful - I see you are hosting a Carol Marine workshop!! I would love to attend a workshop up there someday.
    warm pughugs from Dallas...

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  21. First time visiting your blog..and a very interesting one! Your paintings are wonderful...you definitely nailed these donuts. They're so realistic and tempting..
    looking forward to your next work.

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