The Wave All right here’s some of the material I’m used to trying and making this recycled wall artwork. I have some pallet lumber, some old barn wood, some glass scraps, this thin piece of plywood, and then I have some old Christmas lighters. I’m going to go ahead and get started by putting the pallet lumber onto the plywood.* Spray paint* So there you go recycled pallet wood wall artwork. Overall I think it turned out kind of cool. It was just basically a merriment job because I’ve been having this idea about wanting to be all artsy and uh…
Make the kind of uh … like a framed artwork piece use pallet lumber and some up random scrap cloth so this is what I purposed up with I’m jubilant with it, you know considering I’m not artsy at all. I suck terribly at outlining and you’ve maybe noticed all I ever describe are waves because that’s all I can describe so busted out a ripple over there I did kinda like a little floral situation. Over here with the glass you know the palm tree in some buds and material like that in the background, it’s kind of like uh … this a little painted graphic you know what sun lights come out represent a sunset with the nighttime coming over the top.
So finished yet up there with a barn lumber chassis and oh yea the best part oh yea twinkling starring kind of cool, huh. So yeah, that kinda finished it up with the stars That’s just old Christmas lighters with holes drilled, and I poked the lighters through and I just kinda think it generates it fresh effects, so that’s it for this week until next time Stay bummy beach bummy LOL !, that was stupid.
On behalf of Expert Village, my figure is Vince Fazio, and I am here to talk to you from the Sedona Art Center about one conference oil painting. To some extent it’s good too, toward the end of the process, a pace away from your painting, travel has a bowl of coffee, do something else because you are going to come back to it and you’re going to look at it with fresh eyes. If you can, it is best to forget about it. Speak something, do something that confuses you. And then come back to it, and that first glimpse tells you everything you need to know. A famed artist formerly replied “Content is in a glimpse” and no matter how long you work on a painting that’s true. So, what I did is I came back, and I looked at the edges of this figure, looked at the values and colors around the above figures and used all those figures around the above figures to isolate the figure in words of the silhouette.
And then went into the figure with the values and tints. The terrace got lowered, the purse implemented in, some little highlightings of stuff she had sitting on the patio. That constitutes kind of a nice color note out there. Kind of fetching some of the light blue-blooded from the sky back in down here. This became very, a vibrant green color. And, again I brought out the things that were initially attracted me to the image, and that’s really the extent. The painting took on a little more life when I added these bright pinks into the, not pink genuinely, but bright colors, beige kind of color to make the soil. And so I have what I started out with in my initial thumbnail sketch. I have a passing of light moving through the image, from background to foreground in that direction. And the above figure is an average episode in that passing of light. This painting will be posted on my blog where I will be, depictsI’m indicating small scale illustrates that I do as learn draws that are just done on a small scale.