- Nov 17, 2014
So I finally drove to Home Depot and bought some masonite panels. The older gentleman running the saw cut me a couple 18x24s and a larger 20x48 for a future illustration project. It's so much cheaper than canvas, but all you need for a working surface is gesso and sandpaper.
Just looking at some of my color work, I think I'm going to switch to painting real life for a bit. I don't think these paintings are a total loss or anything, but clearly there are some technical things that need working on. Does anyone have any specific advice (past work for reference)?
These are all 11x17s btw.