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Lessons learned from Painting Spiderman

I finally finished this guy successfully. Painting Tom Holland was something I didn ‘t think would be too hard. I mean, he’s caucasian and I have done that before. Plus his face seemed to be easy enough. So I had set up myself for an “easy Sunday painting afternoon.” WRONG. I had a really hard…

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Custom All in One Watercolor Palette

I could barely contain my excitement when this baby came home yesterday. This is my Custom Daniel Smith Watercolor Palette with the CMYK and Zorn Palette. It is custom made by my friend, Architect Allan Jay Quesada and I was really happy to get it! This palette is designed to be an all- in- one…

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Moth to a Flame

It has been a long 2 days for this painting. I thought I could finish this painting all in one night, as I usually do for each #Junebugillustration but she was different. This lady had me paint her for two days and it was worth it. The painting is called Moth to a Flame, a…

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2020 Update

It is June 1st. The first day of the 2nd half of 2020 and I feel like I have been living in a bubble. Honestly, I have not seen the outside world for more than three months. My world has definitely become smaller, everything has turned upside down and this pandemic has changed the world.…

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Classical Master Study: Monalisa

The Monalisa. La Giaconda is one of the most loved paintings of the world. This is my attempt at recreating this beautiful classical art painting through a Master Study of Leonardo Da Vinci’s work. It was not an easy feat in any way, the whole challenge took me three whole days , a lot of…

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