Self-Portrait Project – Sixteen (Part c) – Is It Strange That…

... I like the early steps so much. What does it say that I feel so much satisfaction from the results I'm getting in the earliest steps that I wonder if it is ok to stop here? The digital image is far more raw looking than the live one, in that it shows the details … Continue reading Self-Portrait Project – Sixteen (Part c) – Is It Strange That…

Fabrics – Colour Mapping Challenge – Part 1 – Picking my Colour & Why…

Here are some of the early yellows: Turmeric.

(Home) – Studio Painting – 3rd Still-life Project – 3-Colour Palette – The First Brushstrokes

I selected my three colours and started my personal worrying about how to use them... This is what I decided (to start with)... Note: These are all pébéo brand Studio Acrylic, high viscosity, opaque paints: I'll use Light Ultramarine Blue for my blacks, Cadmium Yellow Medium Hue for my whites, and Cadmium Red Hue for … Continue reading (Home) – Studio Painting – 3rd Still-life Project – 3-Colour Palette – The First Brushstrokes

Building An Idea – Distorted Ozs Project #5

The more research I did into the images of the Tin Man, the more photos, drawings, and paintings of Jack Haley (actor from the 1939 Wizard of Oz movie).This seems to be the most widely accepted vision for this iconic character. Frankly, I never liked it. The character in the books has far more potential... … Continue reading Building An Idea – Distorted Ozs Project #5