Another ACEO I painted last weekend. I think I’m finally starting to get the hang of painting on these canvas sheets. Practice, practice, practice.
Here’s a new ACEO I painted last weekend:
I have to wonder what I was thinking with Onesong. Really!?! Let’s take a story that I know has to happen before the Sacred Knight series and make it into a novel. Brilliant idea. Not! It’s like taking a skeleton you found lying around and deciding to put muscles and flesh on it.
Yeah, can you say, “Frankenstein’s monster”?
I must be just as mad as the good doctor.
Now here’s what may really surprise some of you: this story should have been told from Alityka’s point of view. I really intended on it being her story. I have no bloody idea why I started telling it from Rivic’s vantage. None. Well, okay, maybe an inkling. I remember thinking that I needed to tell the story of how Rivic build Lilinar. I honest thought it was going to be something like this: drop Rivic in Gohaldinest, destroy Gohaldinest, begin Rivic’s wandering. Read the rest of this entry »
Like I said in my Monday progress post, I didn’t get much painting done last week, but I did enough to do a 10″x8″ study painting. Read the rest of this entry »
Happy Groundhogs Day.
Here’s a recently painted ACEO. Don’t mistake it for me painting; that hasn’t happened, though I do hope to do some this weekend. Wish me luck on that.
Here’s another new ACEO.
A couple ACEO’s that I finished.
I can’t say that I like working on this canvas material. I have a whole bunch of it from when I first started painting. I figured I’d try to use it up. I just can’t say that I’m a fan. I much prefer Bristol Board to paint the ACEO’s on. Lesson learned I guess.
Or maybe it just means that I need to get better.
Could be both.