Since I posted my study of Christian Seybold’s “Portrait of an Old Lady” last Sunday, I figured it would be a great time to discuss my 2D study of it; My study of Christian Seybold’s painting is alright. Structure wise it resembles the lady on the left (Christian Seybold’s painting). All the shapes, for the […]Read More
Looking back at this particular piece gave me some memories; Not too long ago I posted an artwork that set me on the path to doing drippy acrylic paintings. This is one of the paintings from that particular set. I honestly love this particular painting, even though now I consider it “immature.” As I had […]Read More
I totally forgot throwback Thursday, but hey it’s never late so long as I post 😀 . This week’s look-back will take us to one of my more successful experiments in portrait paintings; Before this particular painting, I wouldn’t typically tone my canvas. But for some odd reason when I was working on this portrait, […]Read More
The featured image for this article is so painful to look at. By the time I made this piece it was already 2010. I have been digitally painting for about three to four years by the time I made this work, albeit I didn’t have a daily art practice yet. It’s no surprise then that […]Read More
It wasn’t too long ago that I posted one of my first digital paintings. It was a portrait of Ellen Pompeo, and in that post, I talked about how much of a noob I was back then because I used a small brush throughout the painting. That wasn’t very smart of me. Today I ran […]Read More
Amazingly enough, my first foray into digital artwork wasn’t digital painting. It was actually 3D. After being enamored with Jurassic Park the movie, I haven’t been able to get 3D out of my system. Any cheap or free software I can get my hands on, I experimented with. I especially remember doing a lot of […]Read More
The pencil was never really my thing. For some odd reason when I do my sketches, I would jump straight to pen. It’s honestly not the best approach since if I was to make a mistake, it’s difficult to take away. But alas, I am more enamored with the pen than with a pencil. Hence […]Read More
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