Here’s some recent progress on the portrait painting I’m currently working on: I just have to paint in the marina in the background, and her husband next to her! It’s still quite a bit of work left – each person takes around 20 hours to draw and paint. The background probably takes about 10 hoursContinue reading “Progress on Portrait Painting”
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Oil Portrait Painting – First Time at the Ocean
Vacation in Florida! Earlier this year, my wife, son and I went down to Palm Harbor, Florida to visit my parents in the same house that my grandmother used to live in. I think our son slept nearly the whole drive there, which was like a dream come true for him! We jokingly said itContinue reading “Oil Portrait Painting – First Time at the Ocean”
Family Portrait Painting Completed!
The portrait painting is finished! The creation of this painting was a process of gathering photos of the subjects, aligning them together into a scene to appear as if they had posed together, calculating and measuring proportions during the sketch, and then working magic with the paint and brush! Here is a quick recap: GatherContinue reading “Family Portrait Painting Completed!”