Tuesday, May 22, 2007

head studies





11 comments:

Grassman said...

probably don't knokw me but i really like the last painting and the head study of megan.

i'm going to try to take a class next semester are you teaching it again i saw a lot of progression in your students

vantastic said...

sooooooo Pino. ha. your future looks bright!

Dillon Thompson said...

I sat and watched you draw these and I still don't know how you do it. Magic!!

Dude I want to come up and see the happenings over at Jeffs studio some time. I am in down town SLC every day. YOu should e-mail me you phone number and I will call. dillonproxy@gmail.com

Peace

janaya said...

still in kaysville actually. we leave for dc next friday. WAY too much to do before we leave, so i'll be glad when that's all over and we're on the road.

we actually saw your truck (i bet that is the statement most often heard by justin taylor) in salt lake the other night... kam says you moved there. nice work.

and burton's been phone tapping you for years... that bothers you? :)

Jamin LeFave said...

Nice colors in the portrait painting.

Aaron said...

dang man dang, nice stuff here, you gotta come to springville and show us all how it is done... or better yet start your own drawing session..mmmm there is an idea. let me know when the first meeting is.

an illdressed wellmoving foolishwise said...

JUSTIN!! I LOVE this painting of Naomi!!

I really dont know anything about pallet-knife textures but I was read this short story the other day called "The Yellow Wallpaper" by Charlotte Perkins Gilman.. It's about a woman who slowly goes crazy and she pictures herself behind the wallpaper.. I wanted to paint it SO bad, but heaven knows I cant.. so YOU have to someday.. I think this pallet-knife thing would work out really well for it.. Just an idea for your future sometime.. read the story, paint it.. Kay? K.. thanks

Allison said...

i miss rendering the human head and bustin as teacher. hope all is well in slc.

IdiotApathy said...

Why hasn't Dillon told me about this yet?! I am going to punch him at work tomorrow.

This painting of Naomi is grade A in my book, I love it.

Gonzo said...

man i love these your stuff and your portraits. I think that portrait of Megan is very powerful.
Brandon

Mark Behm said...

These are just gorgeous. Please keep posting.