Monday, February 05, 2007

Sunset Bunny

I like acrylic color.
However, I don't have the so much time,
and as a result, I am using Painter and Photoshop in many cases.

My schedule was completely off in this Sunday.
Then, I started sketching.


And, I found the fragment of a small board in the office.
I prepared acrylic paints of the liquid type that had been bought in Santa Monica the other day.


A fat brush for Stencil painting is my favorite.
As for a thin brush, I like Loew-Cornell Comfort 3000 Round.


And, it is an acrylic painting that this is completed.
I drew on the 1x4 wood board by the acrylic color.

15 Comments:

rota said...

the cracks in the knot are the same width as the lines in your drawing -- they go together nicely.

PaintMonster said...

rota
welcome my blog and Thank you for the comment. I am glad that you like it :)

Laura A. Dalesandro said...

This is really great!

PaintMonster said...

Laura A. Dalesandro
Thank you very much.
I want to draw acrylic color work more!

Goobeetsablog said...

awesome.
it's good to make time
for a fun painting like this.

robertc said...

oh my goodness! these are wonderful! these acrylics came out beautifully.

Diane Duda said...

very fun!!!

PaintMonster said...

Goobeetsablog
Thank you very much!!
Woo Hoo!

robertc
Thank you very much!!
I will keep painting!!

Diane Duda
Thank you very much!!
Oh You have sweet watercolor!!
I love these!

Gerald said...

Turned out great Marty! I really like that bunny character. Love how you used the wood grain with your illustration. I love your set of acrylic paint and how you store them.

PaintMonster said...

Gerald
Thank you very much.
I will paint a new wooden illustration in this weekend!!

Paula said...

Wow! The bunny came out great-so beautiful! I surely enjoy your blog-keep it up~! :O)

Peace,
Paula
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PaintMonster said...

Paula
Wow Thank you very much!
I will keep posting!!

Alina Chau said...

This is beautiful, MArty!! Love how you intergrated the sun with the patten of the wood!!

PaintMonster said...

Alina Chau
Thank you Alina
I like knotty hehehe.

Parka said...

Ah. A traditional artist. I like the tactile feel.

 

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