Posted by zacharywilliamwelch on September 09, 2012
so sketchy and amazing
Posted by pynigo on September 05, 2012
lovin the line work and the concept behind all your art, or atleast what i think they are,
Posted by jawcooper on September 05, 2012
Ha ha ha, thanks!
Posted by natecreekmore on August 05, 2012
Sometimes I come back through your gallery to look at things I've already looked at. Again and again. Your work is never boring.
Posted by jawcooper on August 13, 2012
Thank you so much, that means a lot to me!
Posted by rasadonart on June 12, 2012
Posted by jawcooper on June 12, 2012
Tee hee. I had fun painting this one.
Posted by lmjcreations on March 22, 2012
Love the concept of this! BEAUTIFUL :)
Posted by jawcooper on March 27, 2012
Posted by isaacbidwell on January 06, 2012
I just had a technical question for you, is the red and blue pencil used in the process for your painting, or is in esthetics?
sorry, i can't write for a damn. :)
Posted by jawcooper on January 06, 2012
Both! I prefer to draw with Carmine Red or True Blue Col-erase pencils (erasable color pencils by Prisma) rather than graphite because they are super creamy and don't get dark as quickly so i can be a little more exploratory before committing to a line. I use them for linework in some paintings because they don't have that glaring-shinyness that graphite does so they blend into the paint better. Word of warning though: some of the Cole-erase colors are more/less light fast than others so do your research before using them in gallery work (if it needs to be archival.) Sealing the drawing before painting on top helps too. This is why I use washes of india ink for tone before moving onto gouache washes of color.
Posted by bonbon on January 01, 2012
nice work like it
Posted by jawcooper on January 01, 2012
Thank you very much!
Posted by juuri on November 28, 2011
Nice play on words! ;)
Posted by jawcooper on November 29, 2011
har har har, Thanks!