Internet sleuthing is a tricky thing. I decided to put some of my own research here to help others that might be curious about making pigments from different sources. Knowing that copper is used to produce some wonderful colors led me to explore ways to make my own pigments for painting. Clay, metal oxides, andContinue reading “Pigment Processing”
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Late for Dinner process work
Because sometimes it’s fun to see how a painting is made…
A few New Paintings…
Do you ever get uneasy when your child tells you they’d love to hug a real tiger?
The Messy Garden (process)
Here’s a new piece. I’ve posted process photos below, but without any descriptions. (because you can see what I’ve done between sessions.
Another Painting Process
Instead of outlining every little thing I do to complete a painting, I’m going to simply post the process photos. If anyone has questions, please message me or comment below. Thanks for looking!
Pet Portrait Process
I thought I’d post a bit of my process for painting a portrait in oils. Or, at least, a step-by-step guide to my basic stages. Stage 1ish: The drawing and toning. I usually draw my composition directly on the panel or canvas. I tone the board with a careful brushing of matte medium , thenContinue reading “Pet Portrait Process”