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Architecture study - part IV (final)

Painting: This is the final part of the post Painting process (wip) following a painting being made session-by-session. And now, finished.

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"Architecture Study With Abstract Elements". 2012. Acrylics on masonite, 50x40 cm.

At the time of writing it has been finished for about two months. Read on for more process photos, and to read the last part of the story behind these 100+ hours of paint work...

2012.09.01 00:45 in Painting

Painting process - part III

Updated 2012-03-16, 2012-03-09, 2012-03-01, 2012-02-23.

This is part three of the post Painting process (wip) with more step-by-step photos.

58 hrs. Click for bigger size. 88 hrs. Click for bigger size.
From this... to that. In 30 hours (wip)

Here is Part I, and Part II. Read on to follow the progress:

2012.02.10 01:13 in Painting

Painting process - part II

Updated 2011.12.16, 2011.12.02, 2011.11.24, 2011.11.17, and 2011.11.10: Now 9 photos.

This is part two of the post Painting process (wip) with more step-by-step photos.

26 hrs. Click for bigger size. 58 hrs. Click for bigger size.
From this... to that. In 32 hours (wip)

Technical info: Acrylics on masonite, 50x40 cm. Using brush, plastic fork, sponge, paper napkins, fingers, paint knife, and pencil.

2011.11.03 22:04 in Painting

Sunrise

Painting:

Painting. Click for bigger size.
"Sunrise", 2011. Acrylics on paper, 58x84cm.

Painted with sponge, using 4 layers of masking tape. No tequila added.

2011.10.11 00:02 in Painting

Painting process (wip)

Updated 2011.09.17, 2011.09.23, and 2011.10.02: Now 8 photos.

Here is a series of photos of a painting, taken while I'm working on it. After each session I have taken a photo to document the process and to capture ideas for later work.

4 hrs. Click for bigger size. 26 hrs. Click for bigger size.
From this... to that. In 26 hours (untitled, wip)

Technical info: Acrylics on masonite, 50x40 cm. Brush, plastic fork, sponge, and pencil. The painting is done entirely freehand, ie. without drawing a sketch first.

2011.09.12 03:55 in Painting