This painting is finally finished and dry enough to scan. Tell you one thing, doesn't take really old oil paints 6 months to dry. Another problem with Oil paints, is they are shinny and this makes it really hard to scan without some white glare, or bleed through.
Within the next couple of weeks I will have this piece available at most of my Online shops.
Pretty much finished with the last two legs. Still need to add the shadows and a bit of fine tuning, but very close to being done with this piece. This is my Icelandic mare Dyfra, without her flea bites, in a fast Tolt.
A beautiful Sunday morning out, so I decided to work on my Icelandic Horse painting. Can't believe how much I am enjoying this. Normally I give tips and ideas... However, right now the only thing I can say is... working with 14+ year old WB Oil does present some challenges and not having linseed oil to help smooth the blending... I would recommend if you have old paint, replace it and make sure you have linseed oil available when you start.
Finally have my new Art Studio finished enough, I can start a painting.
This one will be a water based Oil painting of my Icelandic mare Dyfra and I spent time just doing a rough block this morning.
I did find out, some of the water based Oil supplies did not make the move very well, and before I can do any more work on this, I have to order some replacements.
I entered the Contest, for the "Most Out there" , and I won with, Wishing Well! Not sure how long the contest page will stay up but if you would like to take a look... MOST OUT THERE Or you want to see this work of Art, in a larger format here. WISH WELL
Now that I have the new computer, I am able to work with and finish the pieces, I have been wanting to do for a long while. The old computer would not work with plugins and/or the pieces I created, as the old computer did not have enough RAM or Harddrive to render.
The above is called, "Carnation Explosion". Taking one of my older M.A.'s and with new Plugins, making some thing different. To me it looks like a carnation exploding, but it could be anything, let your mind wonder. Created with 7x
This one is called, "Writhing". Is more linear with rounded edges, movement swirling into itself.
My digital Art does vary widely, but that is the fun of this medium. To be able to go where your mind wonders.