‘Chupra’ as modified re my previous post on this subject.
Changes include ship reduced, direction of sea changed, sky adjusted, some tonal values started.
The ship is not yet well drawn, that starts with the next stage provided my client likes what he sees in the potential here.
When completed she will make a fine addition to the B I Collection on my web site, you can discover more on page
“Chupra 7”, my client did ask for a dramatic picture! We don’t have to run with that one though. My original thought was a new variant of “Trun” including a heavy sea and less threatening sky. That said, like my famous, memorable “Roaring Forties”, “Chupra 7” shows something most people find hard to believe but we … Read more
Preparing to paint the ‘C’ class ‘Chupra‘, for the son of her last commander.
We have found a number of references to ‘Chupra‘, this being one, she was one of the last British India Steam Navigation Company Limited ships.
A new study for HMS ‘Racehorse‘, measures 42 x 59, (16.x 23)
For those of you who follow this page in part for insights into a creative process these sketches are a treat, they represent the early stirrings of what will become a major painting of HMS “Racehorse“.
I’m very please to be preparing this Racehorse in part because it has a Trafalgar connection, more of that later, so will fit snugly in among my ‘Trafalgar Collection’ paintings.
Je ne vais pas aller vers le bas colline, Sud comme prévu à Castelnau de Montmiral ce week end; victime d’une combinaison de l’énergie occupée et ne suffit pas.
From a quite warm Brittany, newest photos of “B I Sunday”. I think ‘itzdun’. A year in production, from from first research to completed. I think and feel that yet again our patience and the last 1/2 % of effort, refining outlines and details, highlighting dried colours and so on, made a significant difference. I … Read more