Thursday, December 24, 2009

Merry Christmas


I wonder if I ever get those christmas-cards drawn and painted, that I have thought of for a couple of years.

Untill then, you will have to do with my quickdrawn e-mailcard, drawn in sketchy style with ink and with a PhotoShop border around it. The words "God jul" is Merry Christmas ;)

A merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all of you

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

He's my favorite


I've started coloring. I don't underpaint with the values, just use my valuestudy for support. I apply values, textures etc as I go.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Valuestudy 2


Related to my last post:

I have changed my valuestudy as I've started the painting, and I think the trees better be of lighter value to be seen as distant.

My working - and perhaps final - title of this is: "He's my favorite".

Monday, December 14, 2009

Valuestudy


This is a valuestudy for my next painting. The values are painted with acrylics in a 5 value-scale. I plan to paint this in oil-pastels on canson mi-tentes.

The composition is a mix from references, the wonderful Jutland horse, I saw at an agricultural-fair this summer. The small girl is my daughter.

Saturday, December 05, 2009

Karelian Beardog


My Karelian beardog painting is finished. It did take another direction as far as media, as I finished it in pure acrylic and repainted some parts in acrylic too. Still a mixed media though; acrylic, watersoluble colorpencil, colorpencil and ink, but primarily acrylic paints. I use the fluid type of acrylic paint.

FMP show 2009


My colored pencil painting: "Eyes of the Wilderness III - Arctic wolf" are into the un-juried show of FMP online Magazine. Enjoy the beautiful entries. FMP Themeshow 2009

Wednesday, December 02, 2009

Practise with acrylics


I know I have been quiet for a period, and I don't have any updates on the Karelian bear dog yet. The reason is simply that I practice my brushes and acrylic paints. And practice work is all I produce - lots of fun but also frustration. Even I would love to continue my dog-painting, I have to accept that the practise takes my time for now.