Thursday, October 23, 2014

Senior Concentration: 7/12

AHHHHH!!!!
I'm sorry for my absence; college has consumed every second of my life, and I haven't had any time to update my blog!
I'm going to try to get back to updating every now and then!
While I sort out my life, here is piece seven from my senior concentration!
This may be one of my least favorite.. it's quite sad...

Acrylic and oil paint on stretched canvas.
11"x14"

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Senior Concentration: 6/12

I really am not a fan of this one.  I feel like the idea was a hit, where the execution was a miss..
Acrylic and oil paint on stretched canvas.
11"x14"

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Senior Concentration: 5/12

So, I was doing good with posting every day... for about 4 days... then failed!  
I don't know if it's lack of motivation, fear of saying the wrong thing, or whatever, but I have to get back to keeping up with this lifeless blog!
This is the first piece I actually had kind of liked (big accomplishment mentally) but then again... I felt I could do a lot better.  Piece 5.
Acrylic and oil paint on stretched canvas.
11"x14"

Sunday, June 29, 2014

Sunday, June 22, 2014

Senior Concentration: 4/12

So at this point I was a third way through my senior concentration.  I was continuing to develop my theme/ideas, and was progressing rather well.  Looking back on this piece, I'm extremely unhappy.  I see so many anatomically wrong features, but I'm just really not feeling like they're worth fixing.  So this is piece four.
Acrylic and Oil paint on stretched canvas.
16" x 20"

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Senior Concentration: 3/12

This is the third piece of my concentration.  At this point I had developed a method for my paintings.  I would start with the pattern by using acrylic paints.  After the acrylic pattern dried, I would move on to doing the portrait in oil paints.  My portraiture was getting a weeee bit better, but yeah, I was just in the beginnings of my journey.
Acrylic and Oil paint on stretched canvas.
20" x 16".