Here’s what I managed to put together for the cliff life crew.🤙🏻Thanks for the cold welcome to the family @clifflifemedia ❄️Nothing like sending some cliffs into water that was frozen a week ago.... in February. Shoutout to the guys who suited up for the festivities @pd_wcislo @ryguy397 @noahmouth @kotymiller @ledgemediaproductions @flyhigh_or_die603 @_javi_jav_ @tundraghost @curtis.the.legend @sendsquatch @raawss_ #clifflife
For a lot of people this might be a weird and not very pretty picture. Why would you post a picture of two things hanging over a bathtub?
Well this is my and my otters wetsuit hanging there to dry. And I am very proud of it. I am not even a little bit good at surfing. I am scared like a baby most of the time and I can't even get up right. But I can't wait for the moment when I actually make it. And when I make it is all thanks to my otter. Thank you for always pushing me and yourself. It's hard sometimes but we already have accomplished alot. Thank you for never giving up on me and us. You are the hardest working and strongest person I know. Thank you for beeing my rock. I love you!
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WIP of my self portrait, adding colour to the monochromatic painting. Scroll for stages, each one was a day of work.
Stage 1, I started by adding skin tones and warm colours in general I also added some few cool highlights.
Stage 2, then I added the cool tones, mainly to the skin, the wetsuit and the background.
Stage 3, this time I went into reworking the skin by smoothing the colour transitions, working on edges and adding more details. By the end of this stage the skin went way too orange but I'm not worried yet since I am going to work on it for the next stage.
Generally speaking I am quite pleased with it. I am a self taught painter and always had problems painting skin tones with oils so I was scared to ruin my underpainting. The way I am tackling this painting is by keeping a high contrast between my values to then toned them down in the next step, does anyone else do that?. I am also going to rework my edges and make smooth transitions between colour values, oh yeah, and add more detail.