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Sunday, 20 October 2013

Progress on Miami Ice in Photo's


The new project is under way and as you can see it's called "Miami Ice;" this may become clear as the picture progresses.

The picture is 4ft x 3ft on stretched canvas and painted in acrylics.

Sky and seafront based in.

Car sketched in.

Road based completed.

Clouds and sky finished.

Palm tree trunks, crown and side stones added.

Detail on Palm trees started and darks based in, also sand drifting on road.

First Palm tree finished.


Hope you like Miami Ice. I'll post up more progress photo's soon.

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16 comments:

  1. Yay another vintage car painting in the works! Love these Mike, can't wait to see the final showing! Looks great so far! Is it a 57 Chevy? Paint it Miami turquoise!

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    1. Thanks and did think about soft turquoise with white base . . . . but . . . that colour scheme doesn't work with other things that are going to happen. The car will be dark shiny blue and it will make sense (I hope) when you see completed picture.

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    2. . . . . also yes a 57 old school Chevy; well spotted x

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  2. Love watching the painting come to life from one step to the next. Love the clouds.

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  3. WOW! I love the way you show the progress of the painting! It's great! I love your cars! :)

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  4. i love you show the work in progress..- I love cars too

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  5. This is REALLY amazing! I love it! So cool of you to show your process :) TY !! #sscnet

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  6. Love it! Thanks for sharing the process! #sscnet

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  7. Really fascinating to see! I love the palm trees - you can actually see them blowing in the breeze!

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  8. I love love love watching it come to life!!! so exciting!

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  9. This is awesome. Love the progression post.

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  10. Wow, your work is amazing! I love seeing the steps to your progress.

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  11. Thanks for sharing the progression, I think it's so helpful for people to better understand it's a process:) Great job, can't wait to see the final piece!

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  12. that's so cool to see the progress of your piece. Really gives us great insight. Nice tones you used.

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  13. It's so cool to see your painting come to life step-by-step! Can't wait to see the final product!

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