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hahahaa... not sure... I have a few rocket ones. Doing one today, and going to attempt a larger space lady in front.
I do sell prints Will. About 85% of my paintings also have prints available. Usually in 11x14 inch size. I sell those for $25 each or $20 each, if a person orders more than one at a time. Some of the prints have exceeded my original painting sale, selling enough prints, and they keep selling. --Oh, and the maiden is blurry in the photo a little bit. Yes she's simple, as she's only about
The lady that suggested the woman in my painting is a healthy bisexual maniac! hahahaa, lots of fun though.
Thank you. I love doing them.
"Mushrooms" 16x20 inches, stretched canvas. $300."Maiden Voyage" 11x14 inches, glossy metallic gold stretched canvas. $190.
11x14 Acrylic on stretched canvas. "Skip"Very Sparkley Metallic and some Ultraviolet Reactive areas. $267.
If there were rules of what can or can't go on it, it wouldn't be pizza.
Nope... not even their eyes. I thought about it, and decided to remain with the small color palette.
Banjo? Naw... Kitties don't play banjos. hahaa
11x14 inches. Acrylic on stretched canvas. $300.
Now he's an odd fella, aint' he.
Thanks! I'll be scanning it at the printers tomorrow for prints, and then it goes in the mail. The lady asking for this one picked light orange and light green, or I would have probably not used these colors together off the bat, but I think it turned out fine.Working on a Three-Cat Band painting right now. Almost there. I used a flesh-tone canvas, and minimal colors after that. Maroon, White
Also, I like painting saucers. They sell well too, along with kitty paintings. I still paint what I enjoy.
This was upon request, as was the last one. and yes, I've seen some. One pretty close up, the rest all far away. I haven't seen an actual saucer. The one I saw close was arrow-shaped. Solid lit-up green. My whole family saw it.
12x16 inches. Acrylic on stretched canvas.$250 Commission. Already sold. I'll be making prints of it though.Lowest commission I've done so far, but since she was loose with what she wanted and right along with my typical subject matter, I went down on the price some. I usually don't touch a commission for under $300. All she wanted was a "UFO," and maybe some aliens, and l
If it's only embedded slightly into the surface, rubbing it should do it, like was already suggested. If they got into the paint while it was being applied, you will probably never get rid of them unless you sanded and repainted. If the rust somehow soaked into the paint, it may be too late too for much of it.
Oh you hurt my feelings. hahahhaaa at least I don't have to work any more, and my mom allows me to live in her basement rent free. My parents cook me lobster about twice a week, and I'm selling these paintings for the price of houses. -and since you're a one-way troll; you'll never read this reply, Mr ghost rider. Does your ghost know what it's getting in to?
I have a few. 4 or 5 of them. Here's a crusty pair...
Usually from the left, but not always.
When Seattle is ocean, after Yellowstone pops its top. ;)