No, these aren’t oil paintings! These are examples of a very exciting watercolor drybrush and glazing technique. The two artists represented here are two of the premier masters of this technique and for a fuller enjoyment of their work check out their websites. Ottorino De Lucchi Paul McCormack The technique is simple to describe but […]
A detailed watercolor study of some river boulders and rocks inspired by some reference photographs I took. The streams and rivers in the foothills and mountains of Upstate SC are full of these and they make great subjects. The tree was masked before painting. I’ve recently started using Pebo Drawing Gum as a masking agent […]
These are technique studies with no preconceived idea, composition or direction. I started each with a splash of color or a wet in wet wash to test and experiment with techniques like salt or lifting or bottle squirting etc. The fun part comes when I see what sort of painting I can make out of […]
Had fun doing this sketch of famous WWII aviator Jimmy Doolittle while playing around with some loose pencil styles one night. Don’t know who he was? Check out this info.
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[CG Textures] claims to be the worlds largest FREE texture site. Who knows maybe they are. They have a ton of ’em thats for sure. The “bone” texture category was kind of unexpected. It warrants a visit if you’re looking for a cool texture.
Wait! I think I know this client. You too? Yeah I thought so.