My First Oil Painting

I really love this painting that’s why I re-posted it here, in my blog. This was my painting, ahmm.. I think it’s about 4 years ago, when I was a 4th year high school student. I’m a noob oil on painter that time, until now, still a noob! wahhehe… I think I’ve improved a little bit, about 10 bytes of additional skills in oil painting. I have no time to paint on canvas nowadays because I’m in to IT, Computer Graphics, Flash Animation, Video Edition, Web Designing and Development, PHP coding, Programming, etc.

I miss does days that I can scribble with my brush, mix colors from different oil paint tubes, and having so much fun in unleashing my artistic skills (nyahehe). But know I have no time to waste for painting because I spend so much time on my job, as a Web Developer and a Project Research Specialist (naks naman! hehe) I love painting, but there’s one thing that I really hate of it, I can’t undo! I really have a hard time in tapping my bad, nasty and unwanted brush strokes. One mistake, and my painting will get too dirty and not pleasing to the eye, unlike Photoshop, you can just move back, CTRL+Z, and your tidbit mistake suddenly vanishes. You can browse the steps you’ve made, and correct it one by one, every single move is recorded in this quite complicated, but incredible graphic software! I think, it’s not that complicated to the PSD veterans and experts, but for me, my brain squashes and prompts a 404 error while playing around with Photoshop.
I don’t know how to end this post, all I can say is, Photoshop has a vast contribution in the improvement of Fine Arts and Graphic Design. It helps professional artists a lot in developing such masterpiece, improving it, and making it more and more,, ahmm.. I don’t know, hehe.. Next time ko nalang dugtungan, my head kasi is near to paranoia na in extracting this brain cracking english words! Hay… ^_~

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7 thoughts on “My First Oil Painting

  1. mao nang kauban atong imong gipost sa atong room jez no? kadtong mga abstract kung tawagin…? hehehee. naa pa cguro didto tong mga paintings nmo sa 4A…..=)

  2. wala na mar.. gikuha na ni nunu… naa sa room naku tanan sa sta.maria.. gi picturan gani na naku gamit digicam ni ninin bago ko nihawa sa sta. maria, para naa ko remembrance.. wahehehe.. pero mga 2 years to na display sa 4-A, may gani walay nawala na painting, abi jud nakug gikawat na ba.. kay ang isa ka painting naku nawala man sa una.. pero na hulog lang diay sa likod sa black board,, whehehe..

  3. ah, sayanga oi. wala nlang unta to gikuha ni nunu para atleast naa silay remembrance sa imo. hehehehe. astig baya tong mga paintings nmo. hehehehehe…

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