Friday, November 28, 2014

A Couple of Old Pictures

I found these pictures on my camera today. I painted this awhile ago, and it now hangs in my brothers house.

The first picture was taken before I put the finishing touches on the painting.
 The finished painting,
The Owl and the Chair
11X14, Oil on Linen

Below is a picture of it in its frame.

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Thursday, November 20, 2014

Merry Christmas 2014

Santa Claus, Up on the House Top
8X10, Watercolor on Paper

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Watercolor Sketch

Girl with a Lamb
4X5, Pencil & Watercolor
  Im going to start using a heavier weight paper for these small sketches, regular paper wrinkles up to much. My problem is, I dont like textured watercolor paper, and almost all heavy weight watercolor paper is textured. I may try bristol board because it heavy, and smooth.

A Very Quick Sketch

Polar Bear Sketch
Pencil, Watercolor and Gouache

Thursday, November 13, 2014

King Tutankhamun

Sketch of King Tut 
Sketched on toned 8.5X11 paper
Pentel 5.0 mechanical pencil, & 01 Micron pen with brown ink
I tone my paper with watercolor. I fill a spray bottle up with a mixture of water and watercolor. I normally mix Raw Sienna, and Ivory Black. Sometimes I'll use Raw Umber. Its mostly water with just a little bit of pigment. I use regular computer paper, and its does wrinkle a bit. I also spray the sketch after Im done drawing, and it colors the pencil just a little bit. Its fun to experiment with.

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

A Quick Study

Here is a color study for a painting Ive been planning for some time now. Before I ever start on the actual painting Ill draw and paint, lots and lots of studies. Ill draw individual studies for each figure, heads, hands, and clothing.

The Pieta Color Study,
Oil on Linen, 8X10
Below is my initial concept drawing. The finished painting will likely change a great deal.
The Pieta Drawing
pencil, & watercolor, on stained paper, 8X10
by Jason Peck

Sunday, August 17, 2014

My Watercolor Palette

Hey Guys, here are the colors I have in my watercolor palette. I also use these exact same colors for oil painting. 
There are 15 colors total. If you only wanted to use 12 full pans, I would remove Raw Umber, Cobalt Blue, and Ultramarine Violet. I really don't need the Sap Green, but I like to mix it with Cadmium Red for some really nice earthy reds. For you Munsell enthusiast, a low chroma yellow red. If your not familiar with Munsell terminology, it basically means a greyed yellow red, at a particular value. Could be a light greyed yellow red, or a dark greyed yellow red.