Portrait of Numia : Studio Images

This painting is 12”x18”x1.75”, acrylic paint, glitter, pouring medium, lava paste and glass beads.

 Reference photo for Numia.

Reference photo for Numia.

 Terrarium jar with bone buttons and grackle skull. 

Terrarium jar with bone buttons and grackle skull. 

 Sketch directly on wood panel. 

Sketch directly on wood panel. 

 Started on bare wood, Thinned Phthalo Turquoise in the wood grain. 

Started on bare wood, Thinned Phthalo Turquoise in the wood grain. 

 A thinned metallic glaze in alternating grains, and then a layer of clear gesso. Shown with  Little Tub  and  Trio . 

A thinned metallic glaze in alternating grains, and then a layer of clear gesso. Shown with Little Tub and Trio

 Blocking in the skin tone at the Dayton Racquet Club.

Blocking in the skin tone at the Dayton Racquet Club.

 Creepy eyes! 

Creepy eyes! 

 Less creepy, but looking tired. 

Less creepy, but looking tired. 

 More values and details. 

More values and details. 

 A layer of lava paste on the rock. 

A layer of lava paste on the rock. 

 Painting the textured surface. 

Painting the textured surface. 

 Working on background grain. 

Working on background grain. 

 A layer of white and Phthalo Turquoise, then a layer of glitter mixed with pouring medium, leaving the wood grain lines exposed. 

A layer of white and Phthalo Turquoise, then a layer of glitter mixed with pouring medium, leaving the wood grain lines exposed. 

 The final piece. View the page for   Portrait of Numia  . 

The final piece. View the page for Portrait of Numia