I liked this one as I was experimenting with chalk brushes. One of my better daily landscape paintings.
Not my brightest moment. I think I painted it in Hexels. I cant remember if this is based on an area or if it was from my imagination
Another landscape painting I did in 2017. I can’t Redeemer the location.
It’s an old painting but I thought I have some paintings that I want to show first before I start uploading my latest work.
Its been almost 18 months since I’ve posted anything on my blog. Where have I’ve been? Well I’ve been working as a graphic designer at a local printshop in my area. I’ve been making logos, signs and business cards. It’s a great place to work and I love working there, however I don’t get to use much of my illustrations skills in the position. I started getting headaches and migraines from looking at a computers screen so I been doing most of my art analog. I started to paint in acrylics. I’ve won 1st place in a student exhibition, which was surprising to me. I’ve also joined the local artist guild and had my paintings on display a couple times.
However I do miss posting my art on various websites and getting feedback. I actually lost one of my art accounts because I couldn’t log on to a email that was connected to it. It was a site I was using to get most of my commissions before I started working at the print shop. It taunt me a valuable lesson about always setting up your accounts correctly. But it’s not a big deal, I haven’t done any commissions since I got the job. I still have Maugryph, Alex and Cruz, and Chipizard. Those are the most important to me.
I feel that I need to start sharing my art again and not be stuck in some sort of vacuum. Starting August 12, I will be uploading artwork and will set up one to upload a day. Feel free to provide both praise and feedback. I will also be checking the blogs and friends I used to haunt on WordPress.com, I hope some of them are still active and around. I will be checking this regularly to feel free to drop me a line.
It’s been a while, I know.
Another environment study painting. Painted in Hexels 2.5 Refs from Wikimedia Commons