Mix it up!

Getting back into Figure Drawing after a bit of a break…. so back and mixing it up!

Using some old panels I painted in Oil and Oil Pastel….zoom in — zoom out…..some new perspectives! Switch it up and mix it up, never a predictable outcome, but keeps ya thinking!

Have you a favorite… let me know!

 

I love my iPhone | 8″ x 8″ | Oil & Oil Pastel on Board

Robot Wars | 8″ x 10″ | Oil on Board

Abstract Marks | 8″ x 8″ | Oil & Oil Pastel on Board

 

Top Tip – I use Sennelier Oil Pastels Standard – Portrait Colors and Landscape Colors

“Sennelier Oil Pastels are made from the highest quality pigments, an extremely pure synthetic binding medium, and neutral pH mineral wax. The non-siccative nature of the binding medium ensures it will not oxidize and has no effect on film stability, while the mineral wax gives the pastels their creamy, buttery texture not unlike that of lipstick. The high pigment load in Sennelier Oil Pastels provides them with an opacity and covering power.”  –  ASW

Claire J KendrickFigure, Oil PaintingOctober 15, 20130 commentsasw, figure, figure painting, life drawing, mix it up, new paintings, new techniques, new tips and tricks, oil paint, oil pastel, sennelier oil pastels.

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