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I am doing this for a friend's wedding. The medium is acrylic paints. The photo is fuzzy and doesn't do it justice. You can't see the skin tone changes and highlights, :( This is my first time painting something like this, it's all mainly guess work (The hair, the skin, etc.) Work in progress. What are you working on?

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MattGyver928 years ago
Hello. I'm new here! I love art and anyone who likes kinetic art should learn about these things called "rolling ball sculptures"! They're awesome! Check out this website: eddiesmind.com (these are no ordinary sculptures)
hedgiehog9 years ago
this is what i'm workin on, nice paintings, wishi had those skills
Spl1nt3rC3ll (author) 9 years ago
Skull I'm working on:

Spl1nt3rC3ll (author)  Spl1nt3rC3ll9 years ago

Almost done:


Goodhart9 years ago
Well, my wife just sold this on Ebay, so I guess I have to get back to working on other pyrographs soon:
Santa.jpg
I still have my ship at home though :-)
Ship.jpg
Dr.Paj Goodhart9 years ago
By pyrograph do you mean wood burning? Or is it something completely different?
Goodhart Dr.Paj9 years ago
Yes, the pictures are burnt into the wood, as seen most clearly in the Ship, and only sometimes are colored oil pencils used to highlight things a little (as in the Santa one).
Dr.Paj Goodhart9 years ago
It might just be me, but whenever I've heard people talking about pictures+fire=burned image people I know tend to call it "wood burning" just as people call painting with water "water colors/coloring"
Goodhart Dr.Paj9 years ago
pyro = fire; while -ography refers to graphs or pictures therefor pyrography (link) is the art of burning pictures into wood. It is quite an old art too, really. They used irons heated in the fire before we had electricity.
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