Day Six: Wandering in Shadows

Hi! Today I used an 18″x24″ canvas I’ve been saving for a special occasion to create a likeness of my favorite Deity, Odin. I put him on a softly blended background with his ravens on his shoulders. I used red, yellow, and black to create a very dark brown, then used shades of that colorContinue reading “Day Six: Wandering in Shadows”

Day Five: Red Dead Redemption

Hi! Today, at the request of a friend, I painted another video game painting. He loves the video game Red Dead Redemption and wanted to see what I could come up with. I’ve never played the game, but it appears to be an open world cowboy game where you just go around doing cowboy stuff.Continue reading “Day Five: Red Dead Redemption”

Day Four: Valentine’s Slay

Hi! Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone! My 12 year old son requested a painting today and since I love him so very much, I obliged. His request was very specific. He wanted a realistic heart with blood spurting out of it and an arrow through it. Using red, black, and white paint on a piece ofContinue reading “Day Four: Valentine’s Slay”

Day Three: One Hour Painting

Hi! Today’s post is a little late, and quite simple. I worked a 13 hour day and by the time I drove 40 minutes home, I was beat. I was so tired that I didn’t even want to pick up my paintbrush! I decided to force myself to paint something, even if it was small.Continue reading “Day Three: One Hour Painting”

Day One: Castlevania

Who’s excited to see my first painting? I can tell you’re all chomping at the bit. I decided to paint a scene from a video game today. I’m kind of a nerd, and video games are cool, so it just makes sense! It’s not the best painting, but I think it’s cute in a cartoonyContinue reading “Day One: Castlevania”

A Painting a Day

If anyone is reading this, welcome to my rabbit hole. I’ve never written a blog before, so bear with me. I’m not a writer, but I have a basic grasp of the concept. I am an artist. A painter, to be precise. I paint with acrylic paint on canvas, multimedia paper, art board, and theContinue reading “A Painting a Day”