Starting off 2013 with several projects to finish up, the first of which was this entry into 100 Drawings.
A buyer contacted me with interest in this drawing while it was in progress and asked if I could resin it. For those not in the know, most of my larger paintings are resined. “Resined” in this case means a two part epoxy resin is mixed and poured over the finished, mounted painting. My plan is to do a post this year with a step by step sequence of this process, as it’s somewhat involved and I get many questions about it. For now, enjoy the finished painting, with a view before as a flatbed scan, and after with the finished resin views. Note that the final cured resin is quite thick and very difficult to photograph, thus all the weird angles. Enjoy!
Pen, acrylic and acrylic ink on paper, mounted to cradled panel, resined. 7.75″ x 9.5″ x 1″ (2012)
Number 78 of 100 Drawings.
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