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”
As I mentioned in my previous post I’ve received a commission to paint an acoustic guitar.
For fun, I thought I’d post the progress here.
The guy who is commissioning it wanted a sense of abstracted hands moving/playing guitar.
Here’s the rough sketch he green lighted Continue reading “Guitar Commission-Part One”