Right now you may be saying to yourself, “gee, that painting looks awfully familiar…” Do not adjust your computer monitor. You are, in fact, seeing the same piece for the second time. “Flashy” was my final piece from ArtProject2010, that I “completed” the first time around on Dec. 31st. At that point, it was all acrylic. I wasn’t 100% happy with it, so it has been hanging around in my studio for a couple of months for a grueling staring contest. In that time, I completed a couple of new cityscapes in oil, which helped me decide that Flashy needed a finishing coat and some amping up in the seductive hotness that is oil paint. Above is the finished piece. As a reminder, here’s what it looked like before:
Considering that the subject in this image is the Condor, SF’s oldest gentleman’s club, I guess you could look at the “before” as Flashy with natural ta-tas and the “after” as Flashy with a new and improved rack. And although I suppose some people aren’t fans of implants, I would venture a guess that everyone can agree the final version of this painting is way better.
Chester, however, is not impressed. “The same painting, hmm? What else you got going on there, ladyface?”
Well, Chester, I happen to be blocking in two new cityscapes. See?
“I don’t know, those look pretty crappy so far.”
“I don’t even have 2 hours in on each of these, man. Give me a break here.”
“Hook me up with a treat and I’ll dig up some encouragement for ya.”
“You drive a hard bargain, little one. But I can’t resist your adorable face. Treats it is!”
Stay tuned for more updates; I’ve got some mixed media pieces in the mix, due to be completed as soon as I need a break from the upcoming detail work in the above cityscapes. 😉