Monday, February 28, 2011

Watercolor Bird Painting Finished




14” by 17” Titled Past~

Friday, February 25, 2011

Oil Painting StarWars


All she does all day…is Game!


is a bad photo Art work looks much better in person.  taken with personal camera until update…..

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Oil Painting Sketch



In the Beginning


The Idea starting  to form.



Bones and cartilage pulled out of the background. Harsh and gross but this is how this nude was done. The Idea is to be  able to move those bones and muscles to satisfaction.


The Final Result


Emphasis where bones as well as how the body bends, and muscles used.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Today Has Being a Productive Day


You probably heard this before~ What does she means A productive Day?

Work in Progress Still Life


Let’s focus first on the Art.  Today, using the natural light from the sun that shined beautifully, from back, placing the subjects in an (birds) or Owl’s view, taking  note: the eye flow in the composition making an tight Z as well as complimentary colors.  The Still Life is then position in a some what or what would call a semi-casual to chaotic composition.

The main subject the tea kettle painted last, emphasis was on a quick effective way (simplify)  create the roundness and softness effortlessly with the brush as well as portraying that light. 

in between time of rest and (squinting)…and the children, Work in progress… 

The Alien


I dealt with Aliens, fought for earth and well the kids decided the Aliens took over and Won!!. Here’s the picture to prove it!  (My Dog Cassie)

…and then found this really concerning (daily) note!! around 8:00pm-to 9:00 pm  given to me by someone, that just want to let me know something…. on why He shouldn’t be sent to school tomorrow.  The note says and Quote:  please read


Well I hopes it made you laugh, it has being a very beautiful but hectic day yet, there’s always time to laugh and enjoy those little moments… Hope your day has gone smoothly, many hugs Have a Great Night!

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Pepper Oil Painting Sketch


Pepper Painting Sketch

Song by: Ray La Montagne - "Be here now"

Thursday, February 17, 2011

New Watercolor Artwork in progress…


Since the Oil  Birds Painting is taking a well deserved rest, so it  can continue on...  Why not continue with the same subject? but this time in Watercolors.



Remember this is just the beginning.   Some of the process will be posted for for your view as soon as edited in My YouTube Channel.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Birds Demo Painting



For this painting will be using Yellow Oqure.  Just a preliminary sketch a guide trough using  to be specific in order to really understand this method needs to be viewed life. (one day)  I am posting the preliminary sketch Video in youtube.



The two birds are sketch since is only two subjects this become somewhat difficult so the triangular shapes of the trees will help soothe the view from side to side. All the spaces are painted in a different tone of blue like a puzzle.



The warm area are kept under cooler tone it is my painting so it is ok to  brake and saw. 


I  omit for now or paint over some some barks as in the photo also smooth out the brush strokes.

Apply some of the sky mixture to the top bird. and some more yellow mixture to the bird bellow. I have an somewhat picture of what is going to look like in my mind.



Then tone down the entire painting with a pale mixture.



Decided to do some leaves thought it was a  nice contrast and keeps things entertained as well as makes a count of 5.  When it comes to subjects since they both are going to compete with each other, one must have less than the other as well as size.



At this point I began to pull out the feathers with a bristle brush and precision.

both birds are done in a similar way making sure details are also there.


The Birds as in now, tomorrow the leaves will have their say in all this. But nevertheless thank you so much for keeping up with  the Artwork. The Birds might change color, you never know~ bur for now they are happy.

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Friday, February 4, 2011

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Landscape Oil on Canvas

Oil on Canvas resolution of picture zoomed to see more details artwork darker than in photo.

Brandi Carlile - Have You Ever

Watercolor Female Nude



Female Nude reclyingpose

Female Nude  sketch  Watercolors and Graphite on  Clay Board