the corner of Wilson and San Pasqual
i thought this would be a good challenge, the effect of the overcast day was nice but could i pull off a painting that wouldn't put folks to sleep. it came out better than i hoped and incidentally was done completely on location. no photos.
WOW! who would have guessed? i sold 130 sketchbooks before the end of friday. so, NEXT year i'll have a lot more, promise!!!
yep, it's that time! stop by booth 5105 to see all the new prints, shirts and pick up the signed limited edition sketchbook. see you there!!
i've been trying to get a painting since college that captured Millard Canyon and this is the first one that was close. i have also added my value study that i started with so you can see a little of the process. Photoshop cs2 .
Art Show This Saturday!
the show is called guys and dolls. i have 4 prints including 2 new ones that are both 1/25. here's the rest of the info....see you saturday.
The Sketchbooks are IN!!!
that's right, the printing came out nicely and you can pick up your copy at Comic Con. look for the Broadview Graphics booth in the 5100 isle of the convention center! they are limited edition and signed, see you there!
a speed painting done with my class today.
it started out as a speed painting but turned into something a little more elaborate. i guess some people rest on their day off. it's 90% Painter and 10% Photoshop.
Speed Painting- Tree Stump
another in the recent series of value based sketches. i say value based because i am less concerned with "naturalistic" truth than i am with creating a mood where the value design takes precedent. it was back to using Painter for this one.