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Discussion in 'Works In Progress & Finished Artworks!' started by Franc Kaiser, Sep 16, 2018.
Time to think about eggs.
That’s deep! Going to be a great piece
Thanks Mac! Great motivation booster!
Advancing slowly... my chaotic methodology is far from being efficient.
Way too strong for me.
Holocaust reminds me only one thing.
But I still love you Franc.
Sorry, and you’re right; I didn’t mean to ridicule. This word shouldn’t be played with.
Would you like me to change it Franc?
If yes then what wording would you like
Thanks for the offer, JackEb - just call it “KFC”.
Thank you ...
Been away for over a week, and only today I have found an hour to spare to work on this piece. Uh, slow progress only. Will still take me at least 1 week to finish it. Darn feathers without scratching...
Moving on. I am laying down chaotic structures, and dive into details where they "appear". I am using transparent paints, except for the white.
love the surrealism
A bit more progress with my Tyson Guernica. Hope to be finished with 2-3 more sessions. Am really struggling to work on small details. Lots of spidering. Despite a pressure of 15psi only. The paint is too liquid, maybe because I mixed it with water. Maybe it’s also the brush. Maybe it’s me. There are so many variables in airbrushing, you never know why...
Closing this piece. Probably a bit too early but I need to move on to the next one.
I’ve come to realize that I am not cut out for hyper realistic airbrushing. It’s not just the lack of the right tools, but also my modus operandi. I will however do more studies based on photo references than just freebasing in fantasy and the subconscious.
I think for me this is a very powerful piece, and a sad reality to the fact that the male chicks meet their end. You have a distinct style and I like it. I am looking forward to seeing more of your work and also seeing which way you go with different paintings.
Thanks a lot, Lee. Indeed, it’s the male newly hatched chicks getting macerated that are the stuff of my nightmares.