One of the great things about art is the ability to have fun and try new and different things. In the painting pictured above, I thought it would be great to paint a horse looking around a corner of an old barn to see what I was doing. This painting is 42 x 30 Acrylic on canvas.
In the painting below, I have always been a fan of the late Bob Ross, he could paint a masterpiece in 30 minutes. This painting, I thought would be great to paint a "Bob Ross" type of fall setting and add a "Star Wars" Storm Trooper taking a ride in the country looking at the foliage.
The painting pictured above was a lot of fun. I took a piece of canvas about 40 x 30 and stapled it on the wall. I then painted it with black gesso. Using Montana Spray paint, I sprayed with no pattern all over the black canvas. Next I took a generous amount of white gesso on my finger and flicked it onto the canvas. Before the gesso dries, take a razor blade and make vertical and horizontal marks to spread out the gesso like a star burst. For the planets, I cut out a circle with a with contact paper and protected the area and painted airbrushed the planet. The X wing and Obe One was painted with acrylic.
Star Wars Bobba Fett painted on Cardboad framed with custom frame
24 x 36 sify painting with motherboard chips as a city with painted planents and stars.
24 x 36 decorated wall art titled "stairway to heaven"
Baloons over the lake
Yupo paper provides a great surface to paint. It is like having an erasable water color paper. It is a great surface to move and blend paints and experiment with different looks and effects. I painted the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse