A bit of process behind the painting “A Fruitless Endeavor”. It is one of the largest that I’ve painted at 8.5’ x 5’. It sold to a patron in Russia and took two years of sporadic work to complete. The real work was in defining the style and direction for the pieces in the exhibition and body of work that followed. www.sterlinghundley.com
WIP. Thought it was done, but found that I needed to sacrifice the image for the betterment of the painting.
Pro Tip: sharpen all your pencils before you begin. If they go dull, grab another. I sharpen with an exacto knife- better lead and more of it exposed. Yes, that is a Wacom stylus. No, do not sharpen it. Follow at www.blog.sterlinghundley.com to see what I do with them.
Bidness card mini-folios from The of Spoils Saint Hubris- with original drawing. Luxe Cards printed by Moo.
*updated photos of mini-portfolios and reblogged on 11.4
Two steps back…
Pushing paint around last night.