I think this is all i am going to post for June as I am really busy. I have camp 40 minutes away from 8:30 to 4:15 and after camp I have to do my 5-6 hours of Econ. During lunch, I produced some of these sketches based on ideas that I have. I already have my materials and my use of canvases planned out. I think I am going to go with the one in the top lefthand quarter and the one just below that with the tongue sticking out. I think I am going to have my youngest sister model them for me because she is super vain, but I might use my older younger sister or even myself. For my "Heart" portion i just really like painting people with acrylic paint, so thats what I am going to do. Also I am sort of interested in body modification, ie tattoos, piercing, and I want to play around with how to paint them. This doesn't really synthesize the two Heart works I made for the Fantastic Four project, because one of them was just a gay joke with fruit imagery and the other was my sister which i might incorporate. This new work only relates to the one of my sister because they are both going to be Acrylic paintings of one of my slightly modified sisters. The "Head" portion is a face in a bathtub full of red water. I want the eyes to have no pupil or iris, but I am debating between making them all off-white or all black. I'm not 100% sure as to what I am going to do with the hair, but I am more of a figure it out as I am working on it type of person. I want to have moths in it because I they remind me of a beautiful dance of life and death(the death part coming from their creepiness and their usage in Silence of the Lambs).
We attempted to start an oil painting at the end of the year. It will not be finished in time, and I don't have any oil painting materials at home, so here is my process so far. I completed the "brunaille" layer of the painting, but not really because my canvas was too dark to add brown that would show up, so I just added white. I also competed a substantial part of the grisaille. I did not finish it enough to glaze it, so it is colorless.