I hope he doesn’t get paint spots on that fine suit.
“Are you talking to me?”
“Hurry up, my brush is getting dry!”
Bob Ross in his early years.
I have got to get a model that will stand still.
Like watching paint that needs DRY CLEANING!
“……and remember, I’m not only the President of the Hair Club for Men, I’m a client.”
I see what you did there!
Here’s the artist in a photographic negative:
I don’t always wear a black suit while I paint, but when I do, I drink Dos Equis.
The artist, though rather hirsute / yet also supremely astute / chose a muted palette/ lest some droplet might get/ on the vest of his favorite suit.
Did he start off clean shaven?
Did you just say you don’t actually have any money?
Hey, you got a spot of red paint on your coat lapel.
I’m too sexy for my pallet…
Are you sure this will attract all the hot babes in town?
(best viewed using Google Chrome, which can automatically translatemost pages as necessary) have info and links that point to info about this roughly A4 paper size painting.
all have info, or links that point to more info, about this artist (again, the askart.com bio can be read in full for free on Fridays), perhaps in addition to what’s pointed to by the title URL. So far, 6 works by him have been used here, with 1 repeat (7 times total).
has the prior strip (my comment there included 2 of the artist info URLs).
Again, a larger strip image is shown by (⌘- or Ctrl-) clicking the image in Mr. Melcher’s MASTERPIECE #2263 (August 12, 2019) blog entry, accessible by the Check out the blog! box after the last comment.
Guillaume, a painter with an extreme case of OCD, was so meticulous about his work, that he often painted wearing his best Sunday Suit.
His brother Jules, had no such hangups and frequently painted in his Birthday Suit.
And he paints by the numbers.
Dueling portrait artists. You can see THIS artist’s view, but we can’t see the subject’s view of the painter.
“Paint me, will you? We’ll just see who paints who!”
Michael Jackson told me to start with “The Man In The Mirror”. On the other hand, he thinks painting is as easy as “A,B,C, 1,2,3”. I bet you can guess what I told him after all of his crummy advice. No? “Beat It”.
“Mr. Friant, are you sure it’s important that I hold this mirror up for you in the nude?” , the model posed.
I vas aktchually explaining your id-ego-superego connection, but since you don’t seem to understand, I’ll paint you a picture!
Sigmund Freud making Rorschach tests.
At the first annual speed painting contest, the artists are eagerly waiting for the judge to say “Start your brushes!”
Even though he never showed his son any approval of his hobby, when is son was out George liked to sit in front of his son’s easel and pretend he’s a painter too.
“Am I suppose to pose for you or are you suppose to pose for me?”