Day 21 is a work in progress. I closed my eyes @franniefannyart chose the colours. Then I got inspired and a flamingo came to life. Then I went ahead and ruined it all. Got ”mad” and went away. Sat on the floor a bit with my cat. Got up again, took my new favourite brush and went at it again. Don’t know if I’m done with the painting. It’s a matter of progress and communicating with this piece. We’ll see...
It’s interesting to paint birds because you can add emotion and movement and create something beyond colours and shapes. This one moves my heart. The bird will lift you up when you lay down. If you let it.
I got myself a new (or seven) brush. A round synthetic one. And discovered some new moves when I was painting. I could roll it and dutta (a Swedish word) around with the paint. Really nice! I'll shoot a brush video some day soon. Brushes are seriously vicious wonderful things. They grab me and not the other way around. Like yesterday when I was goind to bed and I just had to look at the brushes. All of a sudden I was painting instead of sleeping! (Kind of love that though)
I know, I know... How many birds can you paint? A lot! That's why I'm increasing the speed of them coming at you, and today you get to see two new birds. I couldn't chose so there you go. Which one do you like the most?
Another bird! Love to paint them, I mean I really put so much love and joy into painting and the birds I've been painting lately are amazing in my eyes (and brush). In this painting I wanted to go with a less chaotic background, still portraying the bird in motion like if it's playing in a puddle. What do you think?
I feel like it’s ok if there’s a snow storm AND a giant bird flies in. It’s 2020 after all... Title: And then a bird flew in
Sharing a painting a day until christmas and then maybe longer. This first one is from sunday, but from tomorrow I’ll paint a painting a day as well. All original art will pop up in the shop too. What should I paint? Hit me up in the comments. #1 - The christmas bird takes a breath Acrylic painting on canvas board.