In China and Japan, temples may be rebuilt and ancient warriors cast again. There is nothing sacred about the ‘original’
An intriguing perspective on art and creation.
I wasn’t really happy with my execution of A Child’s Prayer, so I decided to try again with a different process, this time using a single layer and a single oil brush (Kyle Webster’s “Sargent 2017”), with the brush size kept small and with very limited undos. (Disclaimer: I did add a couple final texture layers at the end.)
I loved it. It was much more like analog painting than my normal process is, and the final result turned out much closer to the aesthetic I’ve been aiming for the whole time with these minimalist religious pieces.
Also, painting all those dots took forever.
Figured it’s time to get back to doing kid lit art. This one was fun: