Since my last post I played around with that oil transfer method, and it tanked. I'm glad I did it, because now I know that oils loose their color with that method in about a week and it gets dry and stale. Maybe I'll post the effort? Maybe. Anywho, now I know better and I feel like going more digital. Once the program stops throwing away my pictures as I'm drawing them.
Anywho, here's some of my stuff
Acrylic and Oil at Rock Canyon.
Guash and what turned out to be some poorly chosen "Permanent Guash Acrylic Polymer". Yes, it exists, it looks just like guash, is sold right next to guash at Utrect, and I don't recomend it. Permanent Guash is what happened with the blaring pink...I'm going to have to change the bg I think...
Guash and Acrylic; I'm going to need to change the bg on this dude, too. As well as other little noodly things I didn't do as I was trying to get the type right on the book labeled "David Archuleta." i think I have a background problem. I can do a background when I only do background (as in the first painting.) but together with figures I loose all initiative once my figure is decent. Anyone else have that problem?
I think I'm going to get out of guash.