Oil Pastel Paint Scary Halloween

Oil Pastel Scary Halloween

To start off the Halloween festivities I created a Scary Halloween scene.

I wanted a painting with a rotting Jack-o-lantern, breathing smoke out of its mouth across the canva to give it a real evil effect for Halloween.

I did have trouble blending the smoke to create floating breath as I ended up blending in many colours to make it realistic.

I hope you enjoy watching my time-lapsed recording of my Oil Pastel Painting Scary Halloween.

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Oil Pastel Painting Fire in the Mountains

Oil Pastel Fire in the Mountains

Hello everyone, and welcome to another post. Today I would like to share with you an oil pastel painting I did on the everpresent forest and wildfires that are raging in the world due to climate change.

The oil pastel painting I did was of a photo I saw of a wildfire in California at night. I found this piece very difficult to captor the raging fire in a mountain with a dark solute of cabin or lodge as if standing on a rise looking down at the devastation.

I hope you enjoy watching my time-lapsed recording of my Oil Pastel Painting of a Fire in the Mountains.

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Oil Pastel Painting Wallpapering in the Day

Today I decided to create an oil pastel painting of a scene where two painter and decorators wallpaper in the day.

I got the idea from seeing a few oil pastel paintings where a painter was painting in the night sky, so I decided to do the opposite but with wallpaper. I also added the wallpaper table, bucket of paste and box of rolled wallpaper.

I tried to keep to the illusion of that the two decorators where wallpapering their environment by adding trees and birds with clouds floating in the sky.

This oil pastel painting was enjoyable to create. I hope you enjoy my time-lapsed recording of my Oil Pastel Painting Wallpapering in the Day.

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Oil Pastel Painting of Japan

Oil Pastel of Japan

To start of my Youtube and Blog adventure I decided to do an oil pastel piece on Japan.

The image I chose to create was to have mount Fuji in the background with a large red sun that represented the red dot of the Japanese flag. I then added a small temple at the bottom with a small island with a bridge and samurai looking out over the ocean as a small fishing boat rowed its way back to shore as the giant sun begins to set.

To create the piece I used oil pastels and kitchen paper to blend the colours, with the help of a blending stick and then used an HB10 pencil to shade in the fishing boat, land, bridge and temple.

I hope you enjoy my time-lapsed recording of my Oil Pastel Painting of Japan.

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