This drawing was on black paper, using pastel. The paper was 11 by 13 inches; this painting was my entry for the AIM Youth Mental Health Ad Contest.
The way I drew this was using bright-colored pastels, basically without any blending of the colors. The blending seen below is created by first coloring the fish in the same color, then gradually adding more color and pressing harder with different colors.
This painting was painted in memory of my beloved bird Blake, who sadly passed away this past year.
This painting was painted with oil paints, on a 12 by 16 inch canvas.
The way this painting was painted was by using a lot of paint, basically squeezing paint onto the canvas, then I used short, staccato-like brushstrokes to create the feeling that there were feathers.
This was an oil painting, on a 11 by 14 canvas. This was a Still Life Bear Painted in the Impressionistic Art Style from the 1880s.
The way this painting was painted was by using non-blended brush strokes. This painting was extremely patience-wearing as in most Still Life paintings the background is one solid color; one could just mix one color and just paint it on. But, with this painting, there can not be any blending, and there are many tones and shades of blue, red, and yellow included in the background and all throughout the painting. Nothing in this painting, but instead using different colored lines to give the general idea that it is that color. For example, in the apple at the foot of the bear, there is light green, dark green, olive, yellow, goldenrod yellow, red, and mahogany, all made out of the same red, yellow, and blue paints. There were a total of 4 paints used in the painting, which were Titanium White, da Vinci Red, da Vinci Yellow, and Ultramarine Blue.
This was an impressionistic style duplication of Édouard Manet's "Fish (Still Life)." It was painted on a 9 by 12 inch canvas, with warm, European-style paints, with the fish painted in a similar style to "The Striped Bear", with short brushstrokes and very defined lines.
Original Painting by Édouard Manet: "Fish (Still Life)"
Heya! I'm Jayden Peng! I am a middle school student attending Rancho San Joaquin Middle School in the beautiful city of Irvine, California. In my spare time, I enjoy watching anime, woodworking, and hanging out with friends.