Friday, September 19, 2008

1 of 48 still lifes


I just recently had to drop a painting class. In order to get an A I had to do 48 2 hour still life paintings in a semester. So here is one that I had finished.

14 comments:

Andy Conroy said...

The orange looks alright.... maybe it should have big snarling teeth!

Megalaros said...

Oh my gosh! I want to take this class! If we don't get our paint on spoon there's going to be more than hot diggity-moosehead running around.

Heather said...

48! I believe it. :O) this turned out really sensitive.

paper-muncher said...

...wow...

Larry Levine said...

Hi Dillon, I just stumbled upon your blog. You're vert talented--truly awesome art!!!

Philip Vose said...

i like you're answer dude! well stated. you win. you win too because your work is reaching those heights of greatness. nice nice. thanks for being a good human being, and artists...

Adam Ford said...

Very nice indeed!

Bryan Wynia said...

amazing blog. very impressive!

Kevin Keele said...

This is beautiful. Too bad you dropped it, I would have liked to see more.

jennifer said...

Nice grapefruit.

Joseph Lee said...

Very cool painting! Love the colors!

marcobucci said...

nice one! great handling of the texture. And wow, 48 still lifes will definitely increase anybody's visual problem-solving skills. I also like how the class is graded on quantity of work. Painting seems to be one of few things where quantity can be more important for your learning than quality.

Josh H. Black said...

Nice!! I feel so puny as an artist when I see stuff of this calliber...

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