From Wednesday's demo class with Tony Westmore. Great fun, and I always learn something new each time. Thank you Tony.
PS I haven't said where it is because my mountains look as if they've undergone a seismic catastrophe compared to Tony's original lovely sketch. Please see tony westmore 1.
This just needs a clear coat and she’s all done. About 6/7 layers later, I’ve lost count! 😂 I wanted to make sure it had all the details and effects I wanted. I have to say I’m pretty happy with it. These sunsets were a way for me to challenge myself to create a different resin beach painting than the standard ones. Lots of trial and errors but this is part of being an artist if you want to grow and expand. I have to say I almost gave up with the sunset idea because of all those trials but I know “nothing worth while is easy” and the fact I’m extremely stubborn turned into determination! Hope you enjoy your Friday. This 12x24” will be available soon. DM to reserve it! .
Made with @pro_marine_supplies@goldenpaints@liquitexofficial .
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Big tides” oil on board by David Marchant.
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Waiting for my resinwork to dry ... with my best friend.
Sunset light at Laguna Beach last November. I am back here again, this place is a pure inspiration! Hopefully I can retain it till I get back to my studio.
The only problem is that I got a cold😳 Any tips on how to get rid of it real quick?
В это сложно поверить, но при плюсовых 12°С я дрожала как осенний лист. Все ж сделала пару фото промежуточных❤️ I got frozen today. 12°C here in Basque coast of Atlantic Ocean look like Russian winter😄