Thursday, October 23, 2008
6 x 7.75"
Oil on board
This started out as a lot of fun. This is my third daily on board and it's been 2 weeks of waiting for the paint to dry, puttin' this puppy in the oven, the use of a hair dryer and a less than toasty, early fall, sun soak. I just decided to put it out of it's misery and force a finish.
I love the subject matter. It's the headstock of my Paul Reed Smith guitar. I've taken a lot of graphically lit closeups of it and I'm going to do more, just not on board. The boards and I have officially decided to go our separate ways. Sad but true. Perhaps himself will enjoy the remaining seven left in stock.
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Wow!! this is one very cool painting...ReplyDelete
this is very cool !!!ReplyDelete
Really great composition and color.. Good Work!ReplyDelete
Lovely composition, and beautiful colors. Very cool!ReplyDelete
Stunning!!!!! You even captured the shadows in every excellent way. I know it took awhile but well worth it.ReplyDelete