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11  HELP! meh fix elvis! in More Art, Less Craft: Discussion and Questions by bonesaw on: January 04, 2010 09:34:12 PM
I haven't done watercolor in a few years and today I started working on the Elvis painting, I dropped some dark paint on the nose and tried cleaning it off asap! But now I carved into the paper and I'm panicking lol
now when I try to drop in a tone it soaks in all the color and looks bad >< I was thinking of going over with acrylic paint but before I do I'm asking for some help and tips!!!!  PLZ help meh!

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12  Elvis poster stamp in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by bonesaw on: December 28, 2009 09:57:18 PM
Hi guys I have Been away from craftster for some time and I'm back with a kick off with my new artwork. Cool

Elvis stamp poster

I'm working on this Elvis sketch I did a few days ago and I tossed it into photoshop to see what I can come up with, some guy I know commissioned me to make him a Elvis 8X10 so he can frame and hang on his wall.

I'm not sure yet if this will do because he said " I want something colorful" and I'm not so sure its colorful enough.

Plz let me know what you guys think?

I'm still gonna try to work on something else that might workout better.

Thanks to AbbyRose  I fixed the hair and it looks done, =D here is how it looks now.

P.S. Elvis is green in this one to boost up a little more color.
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13  Lagoon face in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by bonesaw on: September 30, 2009 09:34:39 PM
Lagoon face

This is a Halloween inspired drawing for a collection I'm working on, this is my idea of the 'creature from the black lagoon'.
I did a little color tinting in photoshop.

                                       Enjoy. Wink

Halloween!!!Halloween!!!!Halloween!!!LAGOOOOON! FACCCEEE!! 
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14  Whats in lil Jon's cup? in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by bonesaw on: September 24, 2009 01:10:45 PM
what's in lil jon's cup? IT'S CANDY!! YEAHHHH!!!!

Crunk candy in this motherfu*#ing house!

I always see those rapper guys all over the place and they have the "pimp cup", but I always wonder what's in their cups? so I sat down and pulled out my sketchbook and made this sketch of what I think they keep in their cups.
I think Flapjack and captain K'nuckles may get crunk for candy! lol  Cool

Every time I look at this sketch it makes me giggle hehe..   Cheesy
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15  The Good the Bad and the Ugly in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by bonesaw on: September 04, 2009 01:29:05 AM
YAY!! Cheesy I'm finally done with this drawing, boy it was fun to make.

Blondie,bandit Tuco and Angel Eyes  from 'The Good the Bad and the Ugly' movie.
I slapped a frame on this mother and hung it up on my wall lol,
I hope you guys enjoy it as much as I do.

 "Happy Painting yall"


I framed it on a nice old neautral frame. I'll be on the look out for the perfect frame, something old western and rustic.
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16  Re: Need help sealing acrylic paint... in More Art, Less Craft: Discussion and Questions by bonesaw on: August 30, 2009 10:57:52 PM
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17  Bob Ross made me do it. [image heavy] in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by bonesaw on: August 19, 2009 09:14:12 PM
Hi guys I'm back with something new!
I am a big fan of Bob Ross, I remember when I was a kid Bob Ross came on after the cartoons.
As I sat down at the sound of an angels voice saying "there are no mistakes just happy accidents" and "lets load these son of a guns with paint" I'd journey to a happy place where wet on wet paint layered one another and pallet knifes created beautiful mountain peeks.

.. lets skip from the fantasy and back to painting....

So... I had a big blank canvas laying around that I always sat down next to when I go to my computer, and one day I slapped it on the easel and said "damn you Bob Ross! this one's for you".

Bob Ross works with wet on wet oil paint, unfortunatly I have acryilic paint so I had to work in layers, leaving time for the paint to dry.

I started off the same way he did laying down some liquid white to let the sky colors blend in.

Layer after layer, a few cans of soda pop and around 25 to 30 hours of painting later, I finally finished. It took me around a weeks time stepping back and thinking what to put next.
Personally I like how it came out, I had fun and enjoyed the outcome of the holographic paint I put in to it.

Happy painting.
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18  The cherry bandit in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by bonesaw on: August 06, 2009 09:12:14 PM
Hi guy's I just finished this today, I'm just posting this here to see what you guys think about it.

I did this all in photoshop. Grin

Enjoy Cool
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19  Adventure!! in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by bonesaw on: August 04, 2009 10:35:22 PM
This is my close up version of captain k'nuckles from "The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack".  Cool

As you guy's can see I'm a big cartoon fan and one of the most things i love are closeup shots of detailed cartoons.

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20  Re: How to frame a piece of cloth? in More Art, Less Craft: Discussion and Questions by bonesaw on: July 31, 2009 08:54:10 PM
I may know a way how to do this but it may be a little to complex to explain, Wink
here's a drawing to help you get a better idea of what you can do.

First you will need :

some cloth black or white
thin foam board
simple picture frame (larger than the towel)
some pins
a normal stapler
a sheet of poster board or bristol board.

First cut the foam board to the size of the fitting of the picture frame.
then pin the towel to the fabric, inserting the pins thru the back side of the fabric to show less of the pin on the towel.

now staple the fabric on the edges to the foamboard,( make sure you center it out before stapling) then cut a square in the posterboard to around 1 inch larger than the towel.

then sandwich them all together like shown and viola! you got yourself a framed towel. Shocked

I hope this works for you. Grin

(my picture may not be working, I'll try and fix it later)
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