Let me know if there’s anything you’d like printed onto metal, paper or canvas.
Last year I painted such a bad portrait of Bill Murray that everyone thought it was Tom Hanks. So last night I began making a new one. I must say, I’m much happier with it.
In Flanders fields, poppies signify the bloodshed of WW1.
So when it comes to painting, why not just replace poppies with splashes of blood? The brutality is offset by the rising sun, a message that no matter how desperate the situation, the sun still comes up the next morning. You get another go at life.
Here’s an Orangutan I painted in Procreate. I like using the flowing hair brush to layer the hair. If I tried that using watercolor, the paper would turn to mulch? If I used acrylic, there would be the risk of overpainting so much that I’d lose the under layers. This way I can add as many layers as needed to get the depth of texture I demand if my paintings.