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  1. Introspection, oil painting

    Hi, I would like to share with you some stages of the painting process of my work called Introspection. Introspection Oil painting 40 x 5 cm. 2016 Drawing Grisaille Overpainting Finished work Detail Detail Framed Hanged Best regards to you all!! My wallet if you feel motivated to donate: AKgD6DN9N2YVPQ59Faa4sy5e1dMG9Z8Tm4 Thanks !!
  2. Serfijn Sein art

    From the album My art (Serfijn Sein)

    This painting was made for one of my dutch stories.
  3. The Spiderweb

    From the album Oil paintings

    oil painting, 50 x 65cm - 2018
  4. The spider web

    Hi, the spider web is my last oil painting. I want to show you some stages of the painting progress hope you enjoy it. For the first layer, called underpainting, I have painted with brown and yellow ochre colours. I paid more attention to define the colour and light of the background. Basically, I used Burnt Umber, Titanium White, Yellow Ochre Pale and Ultramarine Light. Here I define some plants and leaves for the front using the same palette used previously. (The different tone is because I took this picture at night). At this stage, I start to place the flowers and give some green touches to the leaves in front. For the green colour, I made a mixture of grey and yellow (Paine's Gray and Cadmium Lemon). Now, my palette consists of different degrees of green that I made with Lamp Black, Cadmium Lemon and Titanium White. Here, for the leaves of the tree, I made almost the same mixture of green but with more yellow and I used a little yellow ocher as well. I worked on the flowers by adding white. With the colour white too, I drew the spider web. This is the finished painting. The following images show some details. Hope you liked these images. Thanks for regarding!!
  5. Oil painting - underpainting demo

  6. This week's ArtByte Artist Showcase Winner is painter, J.VandePerre He is the winner of 5,000 ArtByte and will be featured all week on ArtByte's social media. From the artist's profile: "As for the subject of my works, I focus on the landscape, the human figure and still life, in a realistic style, sometimes with a touch of fantasy, which people describes as magical realism. Along with oil and watercolour, charcoal drawings and digital techniques are also my centre of interest as a means of expression. Currently, painting is my permanent occupation. " You can see more of his work on the ArtByte Forum here.
  7. Fito, composition for an oil painting

    Hi, this time I would like to share with you the steps I did for "Fito, triple portrait of my doggie", an oil painting you can see in my gallery. I leave this first video where I show the composition process Thanks for watching!! Hope you have enjoyed it.
  8. Robin Eley - Master of Painting

    Robin Eley In 1981 his family migrated to Australia where he completed his secondary education. In 1997 he moved to the United States where he would attend Westmont College, captaining the basketball and earning a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Art in 2001. Work in Process(Classical style of Oil Painting) Eley’s solo exhibitions include Loss/Less (2017) and Prism (2014) in Los Angeles, and Idolatry (2013) and Singularity (2012) in Austra lia. Group exhibitions include In the Flesh (2014) at the National Portrait Gallery in Australia, 21st Century Hyperrealism at the Daejeon Museum of Art in South Korea, BMG First Look (2013) at Bernarducci Meisel Gallery in New York, and Journeys at the Ridley-Tree Museum of Art in California (2012). Oil on Belgian Linen Eley has been a finalist in numerous Australian art prizes, most notably Runner Up (2010) and Highly Commended (2011) in the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize, the world’s richest prize for portraiture. In 2014 he received the judges' award for curated artists at the Fort Wayne Realism Biennial. In addition, he has also been a finalist in the Archibald Prize (2012), the Eutick Memorial Still Life Art Prize (2010, 2012) and the Nora Heysen Still Life Art Award (2011). In 2012 he was the recipient of an International Presentation Grant from Arts SA which enabled him to accept an invitation to travel to the United States to exhibit his work in California. Oil on Belgian Linen His work is held in numerous private art collections and public institutions around the world. Eley currently works and resides in Los Angeles, California. Oil on Belgian Linen 33 x 61 inches
  9. "Spring" - Glazing & Scumbling demo

    Scumbling and Glazing are both two important oil painting techniques. In this video, I show you in simple how I applied these. Thanks for watching!!
  10. Spring - finished work

    Spring Oil on fiberboard - 50 x 710 cm. - 2017 http://jorgevandeperre.com/en/about/ Details Thanks for regarding!!
  11. Hi, These are some steps in the overpainting process, that is, adding colours. For the sky, I used Payne´s Gray mixed with French Ultramarine and adding a bit of Titanium White The green dress, I painted with a mix of Viridian and Cadmium Lemon. The red colour I used here for the hat and shoulders is Indian Red. For the ground, I used Burnt Umber, Yellow Ochre Pale and Titanium White of course. Detail In order to give to the butterflies a vivid colour, I've painted these with white before applying the colours. Here, the butterflies are painted. I begin to give a second layer to the green colour. I gave another layer to the sky too. Here I am working on the sleeves of the dress, painting them with a pink colour I made with Alizarin Crimson and Zinc White. Thanks for regarding!! My ArtByte wallet: AKgD6DN9N2YVPQ59Faa4sy5e1dMG9Z8Tm4
  12. Hi, These are some steps in the overpainting process, that is, adding colours. For the sky, I used Payne´s Gray mixed with French Ultramarine and adding a bit of Titanium White The green dress, I painted with a mix of Viridian and Cadmium Lemon. The red colour I used here for the hat and shoulders is Indian Red. For the ground, I used Burnt Umber, Yellow Ochre Pale and Titanium White of course. Detail In order to give to the butterflies a vivid colour, I've painted these with white before applying the colours. Here, the butterflies are painted. I begin to give a second layer to the green colour. I gave another layer to the sky too. Here I am working on the sleeves of the dress, painting them with a pink colour I made with Alizarin Crimson and Zinc White. Thanks for regarding!! My ArtByte wallet: AKgD6DN9N2YVPQ59Faa4sy5e1dMG9Z8Tm4
  13. "Spring" - the underpainting.

    Hi, In my previous publication, I showed you the first sketches and drawings I made for "Spring", my oil painting project. Now I will share with you the process called "underpainting". UNDERDRAWING The first stage is the drawing on the painting support, in this case, I will use fiberboard that I have previously prepared with Gesso. I drew on a paper of 50 x 70 cm., Then I transferred the outlines to the fiberboard. IMPRIMATURHere, I painted the outlines with light brown watercolour ( it may be watercolour, ink or acrylic). Once it has well dried the outlines I apply a very transparent layer of oil painting to give a tone. I have used a mix of Burnt Umber and Yellow Ochre.What you see here is the result of this process. UNDERPAINTINGA first layer is painted with brown tones. Thanks for regarding!! My ArtByte wallet: AKgD6DN9N2YVPQ59Faa4sy5e1dMG9Z8Tm4
  14. Behind the scenes

    From the album Oil paintings

    Oil on canvas panel - 22 x 30 cm. - 2016

    © J. Van de Perre

  15. triple portrait of my doggy

    From the album Oil paintings

    Oil on canvas – 50 x 65 cm. – 2017
  16. Gravitas

    From the album Oil paintings

    Oil on canvas – 65 x 100 cm. – 2017

    © J. Van de Perre

  17. Hi, In a previous post, I published photos of different stages of the development of one of my oil paintings, but I did not give enough explanation about the painting process. I apologize for that. I would like to place some videos that I have taken from other works, but I don´t know how to upload them to this site. If anyone knows how I can do it, I´ll be grateful to receive your instructions. Now in this post, I explain in more detail and I tell you about the paint and colours I used. Hope this may be useful for some of you. Underdrawing On a wooden panel previously painted with a thin layer of oil paint as an imprimatur, I traced the outlines.I used a mix of Yellow Ochre with a bit Burnt Umber for the imprimatur. I drew the outlines with Raw Umber, water-based paint. Underpainting To paint the pot I used Raw Umber, French Ultramarine and Titanium White. For the background, I used Olive Green, Cadmium Lemon Hue and Titanium White. Then, a second layer using a mix of Burnt Umber and French Ultramarine for the darkest areas. A second layer, for the background too, always with the same colours I used previously for this. At this stage, some details are added and I look for those areas that need to be darker and the others that need to be more illuminated to accentuate them.So, the underpainting is finished. Overpainting This stage is the result of several layers of paint, transparent and semi-transparent in order to get the colour, the texture and ambient light.
  18. Little fringed red blanket

    From the album Oil paintings

    Oil on fiberboard - 50 x 70 cm. (19.69 x 27.56 in.) - 2017

    © J. Van de Perre

  19. Introspection.jpg

    From the album Oil paintings

    Oil on canvas - 40 x 50 cm. (17.75 x 19.69 in.) - 2016

    © J. Van de Perre

  20. Reaching butterflies

    From the album Oil paintings

    Oil painting on fiberboard - 65 x 48 cm. - 2013

    © J. Van de Perre

  21. Oil painting process - still life

    Hi, I want to show you here some steps I did to paint this still life with oil paint. 1. UNDERPAINT I drew with charcoal on an imprimatur made with a thin layer of a brown colour. 2. UNDERPAINTING - step 1 3. UNDERPAINTING - Step 2 4. OVERPAINTING - 1st. stage 5. Finished work Thanks for regarding!! ArtByte address: AKgD6DN9N2YVPQ59Faa4sy5e1dMG9Z8Tm4
  22. Old clay jug

    From the album Oil paintings

    Oil painting on fiberboard - 30 x 40 cm. - 2017

    © J. Van de Perre

  23. Little pot and fabric

    From the album Oil paintings

    Oil on canvas panel - 22 x 30 cm. - 2015

    © J. Van de Perre

  24. ceramic and bronze

    From the album Oil paintings

    Oil on canvas panel - 30 x 40 cm. - 2016

    © J. Van de Perre

  25. Bowl with oranges

    From the album Oil paintings

    Oil on canvas - 20 x 25 cm - 2016

    © J. Van de Perre

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