Archive for November, 2010

The ship Batavia, progress report 2 (WiP)

Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

Did work on the rigging and the mast.

Here is the result:

progress ink drawing Batavia

Comments and questions are allways welcome.

Small bakehouse acrylic painting first layers

Tuesday, November 16th, 2010

Dutch: Bakhuisje
This is a small building constructed  around an oven close to a farm house.

Made a sketch  when  I went Outdoor painting with oilpastels.
Now I am using this sketch as a base for this  painting on canvasboard of 30x40cm (12×16 inches)

Only the first layer was a normal fast drying acrylic, rest of the layers are going to be with the slowdrying Golden Open Acrylics.

First layer was a even coat of Burnt Sienna,
Second layer I worked with Titanium White and Burnt Umber.

bakhuisje
Yesterday I have added the third layer with:
Titanium white, Burnt Umber, Phlalo blue, Ultramarine Blue,
Hansa Yellow light, Cadmium Yellow,  Yellow Ocre, Chrome green,
Red Oxide and Naphtol red

bakhuisje laag 3

Comments and quaestions are allways welcome:)

Medieval saleswoman bigger version

Friday, November 12th, 2010

Set up a new version of this Pen And Ink study of a mediaval saleswoman.

The new format is A3.  The dark background is established.
The main lines are placed and some details are allready there.

Next I’m going to add the shadows on the dress.

Well here’s the result so far:

first setup bigger version ink drawing Medieval sales woman

Comments and questions are welcome:)

Dog ink drawing, finished

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

This drawing is ready. Did some correction work on the nose.
Also added some grass but not much.

Added my signature:P

Ink draing dog

Comments and questions welcome:)

Medieval saleswoman

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

This drawing is almost ready.
It is based on sketches and photographs I made on a medieval festival in Ommen (NL)

I’m might add another layer to the hair later but haven’t decided yet.
For the rest I’m quite happy with it:)

Well here is the A4 sized drawing:

Saleswoman ink drawing

A newly started bigger version of this inkdrawing can be seen here:
Medieval saleswoman bigger version

Comments and questions are welcome:)