I keep on working on my dad’s portrait. The minor changes that are hard to notice, but they all make a difference. Advertisements
I guess I have to explain what is going on here and why am I doing it. My friend asked me to design a CD cover for his heavy metal band. It had to be something “raw, dark and unapologetic”. This is the image that I came up with. The screaming face seemed to me… Read More 100 Days: Day 28
Today I finished this painting. I am glad I was able to finish it for the Winter art show at the Salmagundi Club. I hope it will be accepter for the show. Naming the artwork is always hard. This time I decided to call it as something that I felt I was painting about:… Read More 100 Days: Day 27
After the wedding our friends and us were staying at this house on the mountain, at the South Kortright. In the morning we found a beautiful view from our windows. I made a watercolor sketch.
This is a sketch-portrait I did yesterday. On the first photo you can see the pencil drawing, tho close up image has also a watercolor wash that I added after. We were at the South Kortright area, upstate NY, at our friend’s wedding and I did not have an Internet connection for a long time,… Read More 100 Days: Day 25
Today my studio is at my dear friends house Megan and Luke, we came over for the Thanksgiving dinner, they live in the cute town Saugerties, upstate NY. While kitchen is smelling delicious, tv is translating an American football, I took some time to sketch the country side view from the window. Ok, guys, I… Read More 100 Days: Day 24
This is the way this painting looks like after the first splashing, I love it. If you will look carefully, the white paint over (splash) is looking quite transparent. I just want to remind that when it is dry, it will be not visible. Slowly this work will change it’s appearance and will be more… Read More 100 Days: day 23