Well, the guitar commission is finally finished and delivered to the customer.
I’m still not quite sure if I like it with or without the hands better,
but it doesn’t matter since the customer is happy with it.
Just for fun, here’s a look at the progress again:
2-Sanded and primed
3-background roughed out
4-background details added
5-addition of the hands
7-re-assembled, signed and sealed. Only thing missing are the strings.
Now it’s going to live happily ever after mounted on a wall for display.
If you’d like to commission a used or broken instrument for display, or any other artwork
email me at email@example.com
Oh and I’ve added a commission gallery where I’ll be putting all the artwork that I receive as commissions.
Cheers for now!
Just a quick note to let you all know that I have finished the guitar.
It is currently signed and sealed but yet to be delivered.
I’ll be delivering the finished piece to by customer tomorrow at which point I will post the completed photo’s.
I would have finished sooner but our car was stolen Friday which needless to say, had an adverse effect on my creativity level.
With this commission finished I can focus my energies into creating things for the November trade show.
I’m planning on having an assortment of prints for sale, a bit of photography and of course some original artwork.
Oh and the business cards are all finished and printed looking quite artsy if I do say so myself 😉
Well I guess that’s it for now.
There’s just something about painting 3D objects that’s a fun, fun change from canvas.
The guitar is progressing beautifully.
I’m just waiting for some of the detail work to dry before adding the hands.
Here’s a few pictures to show you the progress. Continue reading “Guitar Commission-Part Two”
I’ll be appearing at an upcoming trade show that’s taking place right here in Fort Saskatchewan.
It’s happening on November 15th at The Dow Centre.
So for the next little while I’ll be super busy making up pieces and prints to sell.
I’m also designing my own business cards here’s a couple of samples,
and I’ll post the rest once they’re finished.
(I decided to drop my ph# on these ones for obvious reasons)
They’re a double whammy you get my contact info and a sample of my work.
And of course I’ll be accepting commissions so if your based locally come check it out.
Oh and as things stand, I think I’ll be the only artist displaying her stuff. 😛