Thanks to Darkonator https://drawinghub.com/tut/how-to-draw-ender-dragon-19583 , I was able to learn how to draw an ender dragon from Mine Craft. I painted her twice yesterday and once today. The reason was because I had my first teaching lesson today with an 8 year old named Kaeleigh. She wanted to paint the ender dragon. I was told the ender dragon is a “she” because she does something with eggs, and girls lay eggs. For the life of me I can’t remember exactly where eggs come into play and what she does with them, but they do and that is what matters. We had lots of fun. I learned much about video games and Taylor Swift. This week was a gauge to kinda see where we are. Next week we will start something more traditional like fun spheres and fun boxes.
This is a painting I did several weeks ago to match another I had done for my sister.
This is an 11 x 14 inch floral oil painting in the complementary colors of red and green. I really like watching the colors change during the day as different light hits the painting.
I was in the mood for a really busy sunflower painting. This oil painting was difficult to photograph because of the texture. No matter where I moved my lights or what angle I shot from, I couldn’t get a picture I was happy with. The painting itself is really cool. Every little brush and knife stroke stands out. I like looking at it from the side.
This is a 14 x 18 inch oil painting done in complimentary colors. I am working with yellows and purples at the moment. I painted this one for my bathroom. I love that when I get tired of the art I currently have hanging that I can throw out what I don’t want, or give away (I am trying to talk my husband into a bon fire) and then put a brand new piece up.
I am enjoying working with red and green. This painting is very similar to one I did a few weeks ago.