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Work Glove

by Tamara
(Los Angeles)

Work Glove

Work Glove

Hello. I have to admit, I'm quite nervous about posting. This is my first painting, done with a small set gifted to me. My artsy side tends to lay in the direction of paper & fabric, as the only painting I have ever done is the barn fence and walls.

However, I couldn't get this image out of my head every time I watched a game. So, I tried. The finished piece measures 4"x4". This pic was taken before the logo was added to the glove. I will admit I didn't use wc for that as the space measured only 1/8" and it required the NFL logo and the word EQUIPMENT so I used a .03 Copic Multiliner to write that. I just happened to forget to photo the final before mailing the painting to the player.

I am thoroughly enjoying the medium and find myself drawn to morning landscapes, no matter that the sketch of my next attempt is looking at the face inside a football helmet! Frankly, the idea of attempting a skin tone in shadows frightens me. Hopefully the football angle will be out of my system for a bit after the season is truly over...but I'll bet I return from the ProBowl with more football pics to choose from than Hawaiian sunrises!

Ms Boysen, thank you for a site to share our works. It is greatly appreciated!

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Nov 13, 2010
www.binworkglove.com
by: Anonymous

Dear sir/madam

We are a China work glvoves manufacaturer, mainly supplying coated work gloves. you can to to our website to take a look: http://www.binworkglove.com

Nov 13, 2010
www.binworkglove.com
by: Anonymous

Dear sir/madam

We are a China work glvoves manufacaturer, mainly supplying coated work gloves. you can to to our website to take a look: http://www.binworkglove.com

Jan 28, 2009
Work Glove
by: Tamara

Tamara,
I admire your persistence in your desire to paint. That will take you a very long way. When I began, I was so determined to learn that I painted 10 to 12 hours a day (was much younger then!). When my children left for school, I put dinner in a time-bake oven, and began to paint until they came home from school. Then it was homework and extra curricular activities for them. After dinner, dishes washed, I painted until midnight. You might say I was "driven" to paint! It has paid off.

Now, if I get to paint two days a week (and then only four hours or so) I am lucky. So many things get in the way, (like creating articles for this website), but I am still in a euphoric state after I have created something that I like.

Go for it! And send more paintings as you progress. You did a great job on this one. Take a look at some of my free lessons on this site to guide you.

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