New demo video up :) And another coming later today (provided I get through this to-do list quickly before 7 pm EST).
Progress shot of a painting I haven’t touched in a couple years. Now that it’s spring again, I think it’s time to revisit it.
If You’ve been <a href=”http://www.livestream.com/acrylicana”>hanging around livestream sessions lately</a> (<- click to watch), you’ve been well acquainted with my Rock-It Girl. If not, you’re missing out. There’s over 5 hours of video on this piece already (technically more but the last recording isn’t showing up, and this worries me).
Click the image to enlarge and check out the sweet, sweet detail of a painting that has accrued over 7 hours of work (so far — 2 of the hours were not saved on the livestream channel due to a glitch in the system).
I’m pressed for time and filled with work over here, so I may not get back to this until the weekend. Planning no livestreaming the rest of the process (or at least recording it in some capacity).
Artwork and character © 2007 - 2011 Mary Winkler
Happy Hills from today’s livestream. Editing the process video for youtube now. :) In the meanwhile, clikc the image to head to my dA page where you can download this as a wallpaper (both widescreen and standard ratios).
For personal desktop use only.
Please do not redistribute. If you fancy sharing it, link it back here.
Artwork © 2011 Mary Winkler www.acrylicana.com. Not to be distributed, copied, traced, or used in any way without my express permission.
Progress on a new painting. Mainly a study in caramel skin tone. More progress soon.
I always find it interesting to see where a painting begins and where it ends and what’s learned from the process.
Speed paint exercise using reference from a tumblr photo. (not sure if this is the original source) http://blauszugar.tumblr.com/post/1609191263
Completed “Jellyfish Hat” painting.
Tools: Wacom Intuos3. Paint Tool SAI
textures from www.cgtextures.com
artwork © 2010 Mary Winkler/www.acrylicana.com