Pictured below is the process in which I create a typical art work. These steps outline the process for the 13" x 17" acrylic painting entitled "1954 Pabstrod." The piece was inspired by the love of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer and the love of one's 1954 Chevy Coupe! These images are of the actual step-by-step process during the making of the painting. Beginning with the black and white concept drawing, to the finished product, you can see how this painting was built in terms of layers of paint and definition. I do apologize for the poor quality of images, however I think it gives a good idea of the process in which I use to build my images!
I can customize most paintings for sale on my website too! Below is a painting I made in which a customer wanted to add their leather jacket to the back of the motorcycle in the painting. Below you can see the before and after pictures. The addition of leather jacket made the painting and gave the image a personalized touch!
Please see an example below of my mural work.
Full image of 1966 Ford Fairlane Mural on 4' x 8' plywood wall in a garage. It was painted in two sessions and I used acrylic paint. Once dry, it was varnished clear protective coating to withstand elements and cleanings.
Detail of Mural
Full view of mural