Thursday, May 7, 2015

FISHERMAN'S ROCK, PART 4


Sorry for the lack of posts lately, I have been travelling and have been completely unable to log in to Blogger. Here though is the mostly completed painting. I completed the finishing touches concentrating mostly on the sea and the foreground rock. I also adjusted the values of the main rock, adding a few more details and slightly darkened the rock in the foreground (but I may have to make it a little darker still). The sea was done with  a greenish-grey mixture with a very pale grey over the top to indicate foam  and smaller wavelets etc and that was about it. As is with most of my paintings, this one will be put aside for awhile so I can come back to it with a fresh eye and see if there is anything else that I should do. Fisherman's Rock, oil on canvas, size is 8" x 10".

3 comments:

john said...

A very nice looking seascape. I would expect no less from you.

Vernon Washington The Wild in Watercolor said...

This is so masterfully done, so peaceful. I love imagining that I'm there. Well Done!

Jeremy Pearse said...

Thanks for the comments and glad that you liked the painting.