Thursday, November 15, 2007

Acrylic



On cheap watercolor paper. Maybe 3 inches tall. Keeping it simple at first. Never really used dry brushing before. That helped a lot where I needed softer edges. All in all it went faster than I thought it would. Anyway, I learned some things and will approach the next one a bit differently.

7 comments:

Ramses said...

cool! great color

GHGraphics said...

Solid work man! I love this style of painting. Kind of a chunky and loose way of defining the form. Beautiful oil paintings and life drawings too/ I'm getting inspired by you!

Tom Kidd said...

It's entirely my own fault but I've missed seeing your work. Such fun stuff. It makes me laugh the instant I see it sometimes.

It's strange how little I seem to know about some things I use almost every day. I know the Photoshop terms you use when you talk about the Demon Piggie but I don't exactly know how to create a picture that way. Wait, let me look at it closer. Nope, didn't help.

bog_art said...

Thanks thanks thanks for sharing your art!!.. Every sibgle time I see your blog I say to myself that I can always develop my skills..

bjsblog said...

I love this one. the lights and darks are working really well to describe the texture. you could reach out and touch it!

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Jennifer T. said...

very nice illustrations. This is a fun piece!