These are some images that appealed to me which I took while attending the Exhibition. I made the final considerat ion but alas was unsuccessful on this occasion to b hung on these prestigious walls…maybe next time.
Iv developed an original drawing I’d done and taken it into print, the previous drawing/idea was very simple and really only featured the rudimentary outlines but after introducing tone and interest through cross hatchin and thickened black areas^lines I created an image I could work with to screen print. I exposed my image, mixed my … More Living the High Life Vintage Meth heads.
In my quest to gain better understanding of how to create better looking noses iv become interested in lookin at there construction and also how other artists execute this complex hinderence that is cropping up more and more in my work. Along with drawing and painting noses i an looking at You tube and Pinterest … More Noses study
I’ve looked more at tone for this Trump study, though I’m still having trouble with noses.iv incorporated some tattooed style Mexican imagery to illustrate my intended direction for my final trump piece when I’ve done enough studies.
Along with courting galleries, sauntering around Somerset House, one of my main objectives was to catch Connor Harringtons exhibit (which I made on his last day exhibiting) and I wasn’t disappointed!!! I only recently discovered his work and like me he came from a street art background.I greatly admire his work and his use of … More Conor Harrington Exhibition
So visited Somerset House in London whilst trying to gain particular London galleries representation for some of my work.(Shoreditch predominantly)prestigious artists are featured in this collection such as cesan and Van gogh. I found myself taken by the portraits, perhaps drawn to these bbecause portraiture is beginning to take up my time and focus more … More Trio to Somerset House, London
Happier with the nose by revisiting it using lines to see how the nose can be made….it’s still not 100% though and my Tutor has suggested I so more in depth analysis of noses and also concentrate on direction of light, planed and tone. which I’ll adhere to.
This study has highlighted I have a problem constructing and painting noses. Also I’m conscious I’m missing out underpainting and I’m too partial to being seduced too early by tricks, drips and flicks leading to a painting with little substance.on a plus tho I’m getting a good likeness which means my peers can identify him … More Further progress on Trump study portrait oil on booard
Continuation of my Trump portrait study. This time using oil paint, relatively happy with my progress though i need to fix his left eye and the nose needs more work…this image when I do it propper will depict Trump as the President of Mexico with a bunch of other images including mexican skeleons wielding trowels … More People are Beasts Project
So kicked off my project with this charcoal study of US Presidential candidate and general Douche, Trump. Feel like it went well, by concentrating on measurements and tonal values and more experience from using charcoal I feel like I’m developing a style unique to me by experiencing effects and techniques, thanks to practice I feel … More New project study for my People are Beasts project.