Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Glass Sphere No.3


oil on hardboard panel
6'' x 6"

sold

I'm back to the little glass sphere. I never seem to tire of painting this subject. It was lit from above in this composition. I wanted to see, with more direct lighting, if I could draw out the depth of the object. Portray a sense of the "glass". I've just begun a search for an actual crystal ball. One with less impurites, and more refractive capabilities than these particular glass spheres. Utilize it in a manner similar to, but not a direct "rip-off" of, artist Steve Mills. If you're interested in bidding on this painting you can do so by clicking here.


6 comments:

Todd Bonita said...

Wow!
Todd

Daniel said...

If you want a perfect sphere with no impurities, just buy an acrylic contact juggling sphere. www.Dube.com all different sizes, etc. Awesome painting! You really pulled off the sphericity of this one.

Daniel said...

If you want a perfect sphere with no impurities, just buy an acrylic contact juggling sphere. www.Dube.com all different sizes, etc. Awesome painting! You really pulled off the sphericity of this one.

Daniel said...

If you want a perfect sphere with no impurities, just buy an acrylic contact juggling sphere. www.Dube.com all different sizes, etc. Awesome painting! You really pulled off the sphericity of this one.

Daniel said...

If you want a perfect sphere with no impurities, just buy an acrylic contact juggling sphere. www.Dube.com all different sizes, etc. Awesome painting! You really pulled off the sphericity of this one.

Daniel said...

sorry, my bad, please delete the repeats, i would if i could. peace