Saturday, October 24, 2009
I am finally back to my portrait. I am now substitute teaching and have been work a lot. I think I may have to now schedule my painting on Saturday's.
Today i painted in the main subject and the rail of the boat.
He has a black sweatshirt on but you know black is never just black so I have to put some of the highlights in and the wrinkles in. The wood on the boat rail, again never just one color is pretty weather beaten so later I will go in and give it some wear and roughness.
Remember it's all about stages. Dark to light.
I still need to build up the skin tones and define the creases for age.
All and all I think it is moving along nicely and I am sure it will be on time.
All comments are welcome.
Thursday, October 15, 2009
ORIGINAL ARTWORK WITH YOUR NAME
I am now taking orders for Christmas.
These are original pieces of artwork created with your name.
I will send you a few questions so we can work together to personalize you "Plant Name".
Just e-mail if you are interested.
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
I am working on the skin tones, and each one of the fisherman's skin is really a different skin type.
I have been bending yellow and reds and white to come up with the right colors.
I have to let this dry and I will come back to the skins. Building up from dark to light and blending the colors in together.
I like what is happening.
It's slow because first, it needs to dry, but also because I have other projects going on at the same time.
I have decided to just work on it once a week, so I don't rush through it.
Thursday, October 1, 2009
Jean Hart Artworks
October's First Auction
Starts Oct. 1st and goes all month until Oct. 31st.
With the end of summer fall now has come. The warmer colors of fall are starting to turn the leaves red, orange, gold and the days are shorter and the nights colder.
I am offering this print as my first auction piece from "Jean Hart Artworks"
It is a print of my original artwork, 16" x 20" framed in a blue contemporary metal frame.
I invite you to check it out at the Elko Camber of Commence.
If you would like to place a bid e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org