I was planning an oil painting series for anatomical close-ups. I couldn’t start yet; all of a sudden that drawing came out. Though, the owner of those feet doesn’t like them and also the drawing 😀
The image in my mind was a 3-step-wave, a dark composition on white walls. So here it is!
Here I come with another field painting today, worked with a spatula and impasto mainly.
This time here I come with an oil painting I have finished a while ago.
I had thought that drawing an animal from beginning to the end -the whole process- will be the last post of the whole ‘animal’ unit, and I was between an elephant and rhino to draw for that. Well, I have done the elephant, but rhino remained in my mind and I wanted to add a…
“It is time to gather all the information for animal drawing; drawing it from the very beginning to the end” I thought, could be a good way to finish the whole ‘animal‘ title.
Drawing from memory is a big deal. It needs practice and practice.
“‘Spotaso‘ is an invented word. Would be like the superlative of ‘spot’ if it would be a Spanish word.” says Dani, who inspired me to paint again one of his photos, which you can find in his Instagram account as mr__wallet. So, here comes a 60×100 cm oil painting, the spottest‘s green landscape.
I realized I paint what I miss the most -it is the sea in this case. The other thing is that palm trees from my childhood -I even think of its tattoo on the right arm, to symbolize my childhood and the real home in my subconscious.
After breaking animal apart and examining each part separately; now it is time to put it into motion.
Let’s take a look at animal eyes this week and examine how to draw them. Travis–My Eyes playing in the background(don’t skip the video clip :p), did you prepare your papers and pencils? Good! ^^
So, in the previous post it was beak and tails, this week they are claws and noses we are going to examine.