At the beginning of the life painting session each week we start with a series of quick studies. The three above were done in watercolour on cartridge paper. The smooth surface of the cartridge paper is not absorbent and the watercolour tends to float on the surface creating a fluid effect. It is a cheap way of making these quick studies without spending a lot of money on expensive watercolour paper. The image below is the finished oil sketch on canvas board which took one and a half hours.
Post published by Tomas King 18th May 2017
Post published by Tomas King 12th May 2017
Post published by Tomas King 29th April 2017
Post published by Tomas King 24th March 2017
Post published by Tomas King 6th March 2017
Post published by Tomas King 12th Jan. 2017. Revised 16th Jan. 2017.
Revised 6th March 2017.
Watercolour on paper 31cm x 49cm
Post published by Tomas King 7th September 2016
the last few months as the summer has not been very good here and it has been difficult to get out to paint. I have been revisiting this material as my work has changed since the sketchbook was first created, The inspiration for this came from a request to do a talk on my painting style and a demonstration at a local library. The painting was three quarters finished at the library and completed back at my studio. It measures 12" 16" and is oil on canvas-board.
Post published by Tomas king 17th July 2016.
Post published by Tomas King 26 - 04 - 2016
Fair Weather Clouds on Fallow Fields, oil on canvas board. 30cm x 41cm (12"x 16")
Post published by Tomas King 9th April 2016