Hey Guys! Happy Sunday to everyone. Thanks for dropping into the weekly painting session!
This week, we continue on with 'Resident Dragon', the fantastic monster from 'The 7th Voyage of Sinbad, the classic fantasy film from 1958 starring Kirwin Matthews as Sinbad, Kathryn Grant as Princess Parisa and Richard Eyers as the Genie.
This week we are starting in on all the Grey tones and black and white values, setting up the undercoat for colors to be layered in on in our next session. Enjoy you guys!
Below is my source reference, a gallery of progress pics taken after each session, and a progress report pic of this project as of this morning 👍
That's it for this week! Stay tuned next week for the end of value rendering and undercoat work, and for the layering in of colors!
Thanks for checking into my little corner of the universe everyone. Please be safe out there, stay healthy, stay sane and be happy. Draw dragons if you need to. Whatever works!
Hey everyone, Happy Sunday!
Starting in on a new project for this week, drawing inspiration to work out the Dragon from the fantastic film, 'The 7th Voyage of Sinbad'! from 1958, starring Kirwin Matthews, Kathryn Grant and Richard Eyer as the kid Genie. This is part 1 of 3, and this week we cover the basic sketch set-up for this acrylic painting.
Below is a pic of the finished sketch, ready to begin painting for next week:
And below here is a short gallery of the work in progress, starting with the source image and with a sneak peak at beginning grey-tones and black and white values.
Stay tuned for next week, where we render the whole painting in black and white. Good times! Until then, have a pleasant weekend and a safe week out there.
Hey everyone, Thanks so much for stopping by!
We are wrapping up with Baby Yoda this week, and adding in all color transparencies over all the black-and-white value work we set up in Part 1 (If you missed it, no worries, you can scroll down below this post and catch Part 1 right below part 2! (I try to make it easy for you guys 👍)
So let's take a look at coloring in everything below.
And here below is the finished piece, with a gallery of pics taken after each painting session on the right.
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Tonight we have a new project, this is Part 1 of 2 for Baby Yoda! This week we do all grey-tones, and next week all color transparencies.
Below are where I am to date on the project:
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We have the CONCLUSION for 'Dapper Dan Dog' Video Blog Series this week!
In this Chapter 4 of 4, I go over grey-tones for Our Dapper Friend here (who I recently discovered is actually named Shasta Brown!), and go over all remaining color transparencies to complete the work!
Previous Chapters here on my Blog and on my Patreon site!
Check the Video out below:
Below is a Gallery of all the stages the work went through from beginning to end, and a shot of the final work as well:
Thanks so much for checking out my work, and see you all next week :)
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This week we are continuing on with 'Dapper Dan Dog' Part 3 of 4, in this series of Acrylic painting Art Blogs and Video Tutorials!
This week, we get to coloring in Our Dog's suit-coat using color transparencies, and fill in some features on Our Dog's face as well:
Below is the finished work, with snapshot stages on the right showing the work's progress, up through to the end of the video above:
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We are continuing on with Part 2 for the 'Dapper Dan Dog' Art Video blog this week; in this Chapter we focus on further black, white and grey tones and applying color transparencies into the backgrounds.
I will be posting on the Sundays from here on out, due to a changing work schedule. So stay tuned next week for Part 3! (Same Bat-Time, Same Bat-Channel 👍) We will get into the suit color and detail, as well as start in on the face of our portrait commission.
Thanks for dropping in, and have a great day.
Thanks so much for dropping in!
Getting back into the fantastic world of painting, and not a moment too soon.
I am very pleased to be back in a regular painting routine. So much has happened in my life during the last few months, and it's taken me a bit of time to recover and get back into a groove. Finished this commission on New Year's Day, and finally able to post and share it with you today.
If you enjoy the video above and you're interested in learning more about painting, check out my 'Extended Dapper Dan Dog' Acrylic tutorial on Patreon! This extended video (and many others) available for $5 per month on my Patreon site! These exclusive videos are slowed down, and generally offer 20 minute, narrated tutorials detailing how this painting was made.
It is so nice to be back doing this. Thank you for dropping by to see what I am up to in here! Take care, and stay tuned for next week's part 2, and on into the year ahead.
Have a great day everyone.
'CHIEF THE DOG PART 4 - CONCLUSION: LAYERING IN THE COLOR!
This week I'm sharing the final chapter of this FREE, Accelerated Video Log showing the Painting process for Chief the Dog below.
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Happy Wednesday everyone,
Welcome to the latest installment on 'The Good, Bad & Ugly Revisited' Project! Thanks for dropping in.
This week I am getting into values for Tuco with a little set up for Angel Eyes, (played by Eli Wallach and Lee Van Cleef, respectively from the classic film), and some graveyard value set-ups and color layering...
Enjoy, and let me know what you think!
And below is the progression from last week's effort to compare through to this week:
Thanks for checking in everyone, have a fantastic day out there, and hope to see you all next week👍
Andrew Carson is a local Bay Area artist with a focus on Science Fiction and Fantasy artwork, as well as landscapes, animal and pet portraits!