So far we just have one of my usual lame hair covered crying person drawings in colour. One of my biggest problems with painting is my obsession with making the paint go as far as possible, leading to zero 3D texture which I love so completely. Srsly, how do people do this shit expertly let alone competently?
I was going to paint out on the deck but the breeze has a little too much bite for comfort. Painting inside is crowded, dark and annoying.
Bits of Australia as seen from satellites, via Google Earth.
I’m not sure why I was playing around with Google Earth this morning, but I was, and I decided to go have a look at the middle of Australia. It looks so unreal, like a painting, or a close up of some strange marble. Sometimes you just have to take the time to admire how beautiful this country is.
I adore everything about this, but most of all, I adore the freckle on her right hip.
Custom repaint of an Orlando Bloom/Will Turner doll by artist, Noel Cruz (Noeling on deviantART). The wee picture in the middle is the original doll.
This guy does the most amazing work. He completely strips the dolls faces of their original paint and starts over from scratch and restyles the hair with far more life like results than the original. He then auctions these one of a kind pieces off on Ebay where people are willing to pay a considerable amount of money. I don’t blame them. If I could afford to, I would try to win each and every one of his auctions.
He painted an Elvis Presley doll from a Robert Pattinson/Edward Cullen doll base (he loves his Twilight dolls) and he even painted a doll into his mum.
Ugh, regardless of where your fandoms lie, I guarantee you will be in awe of this man’s immense skill.
Captain Red Dragon AKA Seraphim Davey by Alex Clark.