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We’ve Got Work To Do

sm_20160414_195610 This is going to be a two part post because my spawn and I were painting in another painting superbowl. Like the last time, we picked source material and painted like goofs.

This time around, I gave her a head start and we painted almost the same subject. Her source material was from a few seconds before mine.

The challenge was on.

I’m finished, she’s not, so the companion blog post won’t happen until that point. In the meantime, here’s some season one Dean Winchester.

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I love the black and white stage so much I’m thinking of doing a few paintings like that. Just like inked art.

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But I have a thing for colour too.

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And maybe fetus Dean. Because.. woof; he’s just a BABY in season 1.

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One of the most interesting things for me, as an artist, is to watch these guys grow up on screen. Seeing how their faces have changed as they went from their twenties into their thirties. Losing baby fat. Eyes getting smaller. Faces getting longer. It’s hugely fascinating how humans age and change through the decades.

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We’ve Got Word To Do

18″x14″

acrylic on stretched canvas