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I love the covers of old pulp magazines. Bold clashy colours, licks of highlight, action poses, massive close-ups. So good.
acrylic on cardboard, A4
america, cover, western, cowboys, fiction, pistol, cowboy, penguin, pulp, pistols at dawn
Lovely work of art! I especially love the depth here; how you have something small that is so upclose appearing bigger that the great body in the distance.
aww thanks, it was so much fun to draw and paint.
– Alex e Clark
Ah this is so cool :D Great art :)!
Great warm palette, dig your title, I also enjoy cardboard, have not tried acryl on cardboard.
Yeah acrylic on cardboard is great (and cost effective). I find the best results are when you use little to no water, otherwise it makes the cardboard buckle and bubble. But yeah, keep your paint thick and smooth, and acrylic on cardboard will be your best friend. :)
cool painting! Love the colours!
aw thanks, I love the colours too. I think I spent this one going “It needs to be brighter… hang on, that’s straight red… BRIGHTER!”
This is lovely. We would love to have you join our group. Why not come over and join the Painting the Country Life GroupWe would love to have you and your work in the Wild West Show GroupI do love your work. Just Awesome!!!!
Awww that’d be cool. Shall do, and thanks heaps :)