With this painting I was further developing and exploring a style I have been working with. Combining two objects/locations that don’t normally belong together and making them look as if they could. Creating little worlds. I go more in depth into why and how I painted this piece in the timelapse video linked down below.
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New glass paintings! “Faceless Friends” and a new video!
Hey guys, I hope life is treating you all well. I’v been pretty busy lately. I finished up these two pieces on these really unique glass pieces in oil! Timelapse video down below, what do you all think?
Star Wars piece finished! + Prints!
After about 2 months of on off work, my Star Wars Watercolour piece is now complete! I have prints for sale!! $55 limited edition of 40 which can be found on my store here: http://callumwarrenart.bigcartel.com/product/star-wars-luke-skywalker-darth-vader-print Time Lapse Video below!
What I’m up to.
So as of late I have been pretty busy between commission artwork and designs. The bottle is a fun one I messed around with on a Sunday afternoon with my girlfriend. The Star Wars piece is a work in progress for a client (there may be prints down the track… better stay tuned)
Ron Swanson and Infinite Space [For Sale!]
Ron Swanson charcoal study. “Clear Alcohol is for women on diets” Infinite space! An original water colour and ink mixed media piece I have juts put up for sale on my online store. $125 can post world wide more details here! http://www.callumwarrenart.bigcartel.com/product/infinate-space
Self Portraits are really weird.
Working on The Ninja Turtles
Working on a commission piece of The Ninja Turtles atm, 1 and a half down 1 and a half to go! I will eventually have prints once its done for any tmnt fans out there
First watercolour portrait!
My first watercolour portrait is finished! Really enjoyed working with watercolours will definitely be doing some more. Bill Murray in The Life Aquatic
Ramp mural painting
I was asked to paint some pieces on some ramps this one being the first. Working like this and in this scale was something I hadn’t done before so I had a lot of fun with it!
It took me like three hours to finish the shading on your upper lip. It’s probably the best drawing I’ve ever done. Napoleon Dynamite on tan paper with pencil, white pastel pencil and a white gel pen