What’s better than one #mooloolabasurfclub ? FOUR.
The first was sketched on our first morning at the beach (fun),
the second from a photo that night (a bit staid),
the third on the beach (while my students may have been taking bets on how long it would take me to finish it – 17 minutes), and
the fourth from a photo as a demonstration painting in our main room with (mildly) spherical perspective and only four paint colours.
There’s so much to be said for painting a subject multiple times – and if it’s a subject you love, that’s even better.
Danny Gregory of #artb4bkfst says, “Warhol’s Law: if one drawing of a thing looks okay, ten look AWESOME.”
And I think I’m done now.
There are stacks of premixed green acrylic paints on the market. Here I compare NINE of them (oh wow!) and you can decide which ones you like!
Here’s a link to my sample sheet so you can download it for yourself. Please remember that colours may differ screen to screen and printer to printer, so please use as a guide only. (For personal use.)
It’s no secret that I recommend Prismacolor coloured pencils.
But what about that tin of pencils you were given as a gift last year? Well I compared a few brands and this is what I think:
If you can’t see the video here, you can watch it through Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/shinyhappyart/comparepencils