I had fun with this one. It started with a reference image I found a while back on photosforartists.co.uk and tucked away until a later date. Recently, I sketched it out on my moleskin sketchbook as detailed in this post. I tried several new things in this one. New paper (Fabriano Artistico), white ink (Dr.
The below step-by-step was done for the fun of it, but also to monitor my own processes and to see where I could improve. As with many of my paintings, I think I am done with them, before they are actually finished. In this case, I realized after I thought I was done, that it
This video demonstration is not at all complete. Nor was it actually intended to be a demo. However, it does show how to slop on paint to accomplish a goal. It shows a loose approach where thing are suggested, rather than defined. In a world filled with high-definition photos and videos that are chock full
I am usually at a loss for something to paint. I know what I want, but having no picture of my own for reference I will scour the internet looking for something. Recently, I have been happiest when creating a composite image of things that I like, so I thought I would show how I
This is the first step-by-step that I ever attempted to capture. It was done quite some time ago when I first started painting. It was painted on cheap paper with student paints and poor technique. The painting turned out, simply meh, but it was a learning experience, as is every painting I do. Line Drawing Adding