Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Painting "El Cantante" on his rocket

On Friday I painted the Mexican singer on a rocket who woos the moon lady (If you have no idea what I'm talking about please see this post)

Here we can see his white silhouette.

The blue background got a bit messy with footprints.

I used powdered charcoal again to transfer the drawing, so of course I was covered in soot. Anyway here he is with the yellows in place.

This is how he looked at the end of the day. 

There's still lots of work to do, but it's getting there.  The good thing about last Friday was that it was actually in the 80's (F) all day... but that was last week.  Today was a lovely 94º (F), but according to the Phoenix forecast that's called "Pleasantly Warm" (that's what they call it whenever it's below 100º).

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