While walking in Berlin last weekend, I saw this great mode of transportation. Human powered taxi, with air. What a view! These businesses were not doing so well because of the pouring rain. This painting took most of the day, and what a fun day it was. With a red acrylic background and white pencil sketch, with oil paint to finish, it was a challenge. And one request: if you like seeing a painting a day from me hit the like button or respond so I can gauge who is following this. Thanks so much, and if anyone wants a painting of a fun vehicle, send me a sample photo. I might treat you to personal painting.
I spotted this Vehicle business in Berlin, Germany and wanted to paint it. I have noticed a lot of Tagging on buildings, objects and vehicles. They may be frustrated typographic logo designers, that need to take a logo design class. Our graduates at Kilgore make part of their living designing type for paying customers. Anyway, here it is, and I hope you “LIKE” it?
While visiting a Fair near Salzwedel, I saw this creative business vehicle. I love the fact that this man found a way to make his living with a simple 3 wheel vehicle. The technique is as follows:
1. Acrylic dark brown background
2. White pencil layout
3. Dark shadow and lines with oil
4. Paint color
I hope you enjoy.
On Tuesday Hans Moltzberger took me to an old factory which has been made into an art gallery section of the town. It was a fun experience seeing the the new art groups. Graphic designers, fine art galleries, and small restraurants filled the space. Then I saw this interesting truck. The technique was
1. Dark brown acrylic
2. White pencil
3. Black shadows
Hope you like