After almost fourteen hours of painting, spread over two weeks, I have finally completed the backscene. I have learned a lot in the process and have started to develop an interest in painting, which is rather worrying as I have always said that if I could paint, then I wouldn’t bother modelling. One thing is … Continue reading The Backscene, Journeys End……….
It has been brought to my attention that some of you have been unable to post comments. I haven’t a clue as to why that should be, but am pleased to say that everything seems to be working now should you wish to try again. Geoff
So far so good, everything is coming together nicely now, though I have had a few happy accidents as Bob Ross would say. But thanks to the forgiving nature of acrylic paints my confidence is slowly growing. I was a little concerned about the sky, but as more hills were added it began to look … Continue reading The Hills Are Alive…………….
I finally left my comfort zone earlier this week and started to paint my first backscene, but not before carrying out plenty of research on the subject, and making a small change to the layout. I decided to use good old fashioned hardboard for the backscene support, which is perfectly adequate for a permanent layout … Continue reading Leaving The Comfort Zone