This one is a little different in that it's a sketch instead of a painting. I use a Copic Multiliner pen and Tombow brush pens to do a simple black and white sketch of an old, abandoned Chevy farm truck. I saw and photographed this truck in Wallsburg, Utah.
I stepped up the complexity on this one a bit by adding a couple barns to make this a rural landscape. Structural objects with well defined shapes can actually be a bit of a challenge to paint with palette knives. I also approached the process just a bit different. I did make a brush underpainting, intstead I blocked the painting in using a more thin layer of paint using the knife. The painting is loosely based on a photo I took in Spring City, Utah.
This one bumped up the difficulty level considerably. Barns are relatively simple shapes, but old vehicles are quite complex. I decided to take that challenge on anyway by painting an abandoned early 1950's Chevy truck in an open grassy field. Barns are primarily straight lines and very geometric without many details, whereas an old truck can have organic curves and lots of details. This one really pushed my skills, especially since I had to do it in one sitting under a camera. The truck that served as the model for this composition was based on a photo I took at the Erickson Ranch in Wallsburg, Utah during the Antique Power Show.
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