Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

EastSwaggings

Members
  • Posts

    394
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by EastSwaggings

  1. also, if anyone is interested in doing some exchange packages with cool shit/prints/drawings/dildos/whatever, PM me.
  2. dirt i have been working on as of late. Young Heaven Gravedancer I Gravedancer II I began experimenting with and teaching myself how to paint with oils. HERE'S MY BLOG
  3. that was a struggle to read through. lets see some more of yall's artwork.
  4. you need to have a great understanding of the human anatomy, especially in translation to your hand to the canvas, to be able to successfully distort it.
  5. I have slowly found that a few drops of linseed oil is just enough even to be distributed within the other paints for a while, or, it would be enough for a single session of paint, depending on the size of the surface. something I have encountered trouble with is a certain clumpiness of the paint. I have figured this occurs without thinning, or the fact that it is on wood panel, but if anyone has advice on how to remove these small crumbs successfully, please let me know.
  6. i use white spirit rather than pure turpentine. thanks though. i acquired a red sable brush and its great. i tend to use the white spirit as "water" and the linseed oil as a thinner. works a whole lot better.
  7. thanks so much for the advice.
  8. i would like to see drawings, or other paintings with different styles. the whole drinking and girls theme works together, but doesnt have much depth. I feel like im at a skrillex or kesha show, and that art is on the wall. you're using acrylic fairly well, alot better than I can, so thats cool, but I feel like oil will give you that smoother, more realistic feel.
  9. EastSwaggings

    Oil

    So, in my recent artistic endeavours, I have decided to begin serious experimentation with oil paints. However, I have very little experience with the world of purchasing oil paints, and frankly I understand that better quality comes with higher prices. But I was wondering what 12oz's favorite brands or types of oil paint were, and what I should begin using for the best outcome. Thanks.
  10. I sent you a PM T_R_O_N Philadelphia is chill. But Boston is better.
×
×
  • Create New...