Updated: Oct 27, 2019
Hey! So I just thought I'd let you in on some of the creative process with the pieces that I paint.
Ok..... so as soon as I've found my subject I'll draw on acetate a picture as follows:
Then I'll cut out the layers. The amount of layers can vary from how many colours I'll use or to how I need to shade if painting Pochoir.(Black and White)
The amount of layers can vary from just the one, as seen on some of my pieces like 'Beaned'....
Or to 4 or 5 like I used for this Jimi Hendrix piece.
As soon as the layers are cut then the fun begins! Colours and a test run!
As soon as I've decided on the colours I want to use then I spray each individual layer before building up to, what's hopefully, a finished piece!
I'll show some other photographs of works in progress in another blog.
Look at how great Jimi looks on the wall of another happy customer!
I prefer using Kobra acrylic Spray Paints. And I prefer working on canvas as opposed to paper. Paper has its place but I like the rigidity canvas brings to the creative process.
Check back for some more upcoming blogs on different work and techniques.