I’ll be posting a series of blogs leading up to the Eyezon Anniversary show this Saturday at Double Punch store & gallery in San Francisco. I’ll be there along with Mecha artist Todd Robertson and artist Will Long ( if he can re book his flight from back East ). Show opens at 6pm-9pm. The show runs thru December, in case you can’t make it on Saturday.
Today I’ll start with some quick process shots of a Eyezon painting I did. I used acrylics on 24×24 inch canvas. And yes it will be for sale at the gallery 😉
Not shown I started with a full toned pencil drawing .. followed by a wash of color over the whole canvas. I took it outside and begin layering various splatter and such …
also would wipe away certain areas .. just building up a nice random surface to work off of
Now blocking in the eyes … to me the eyes are what will make or break the painting …
added some shading with an airbrush and details with a brush ….
adding blue-ish under lighting … increasing the contrast overall …
and the final painting … Ta-Da ! See it in person at Double Punch ! 😉
Next blog, the customs !!
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