Abstract / Pop Art Painting Demonstration in Acrylics – Brush, Knife, spray – Jim Morrison

Abstract / Pop Art Painting Demonstration in Acrylics – Brush, Knife, spray – Jim Morrison


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100 thoughts on “Abstract / Pop Art Painting Demonstration in Acrylics – Brush, Knife, spray – Jim Morrison

  1. 配色が鮮やかでめちゃめちゃ素敵ですね〜!👏👏👏
    8分があっという間に終わってました😦
    素敵な動画をどうもありがとうございます!

  2. Damn…I take it back. I posted a smart ass comment on one of your other videos. I will delete it asap because you showed me your level of talent. Not to mention that not every person out there may be able to draw meticulously, but everyone deserves an outlet to express themselves. Your channel helps them to do that.

  3. 👍👍👍👍👍😊😊🖼🎨❤❤I Like this Goos Job. Your Pop Art Job is very gratefull and powerfull amazing like an escape in the other world. Hey. Congratulations and god job💯💯💯👏👏👏👏👏

  4. I have watched a couple of your videos lately, but thisa video – partly, because I really love especially THAT song, partially, because the blend of music and your paint performance is spot-on.
    Thank you!

  5. Eu amo as suas artes! Qual produto você joga na tela de pintura parecendo um líquido no início do vídeo?

  6. Awesome
    That’s what makes you stand out !
    How effortlessly you drew the portrait with free hand without error ! Mark of an artist! 👏🏻

  7. Just incredible……so much Faith in yourself not to use a pencil to draw out his silhouette! Straight in with a texta…..amazing

  8. C'est ca que je veux faire. Je vais deja des pop art au crayon d'abord comme ça si je fais de petites erreurs je gomme facilement et après je passe au stylo noir. Imaginons si vous faites d'erreurs sur le passage au feutre noir, comment vous allez l'effacer (J'espère que vous me comprenez.)

    Merci encore! (Je pose tellement de questions 😅)

  9. John Beckley,com essa pintura e desenho cheguei a conclusão que é um artista completo, parabéns

  10. this was Good – I like how you just free hand painted Jim, I would have gone with my technique which is drawing then cutting a stencil to spray paint …. Great Job

  11. Isn't that Crafts? You're very good at tracing and your final image, the style and techniques look familiar like I've seen it before… Perhaps it was your work I've seen before… Looks nice…

  12. TODOS TUS TRABAJOS SON MUY BUENOS, UNA PREGUNTA, QUE TELA UTILIZAS PARA HACER LAS PINTURAS O QUE MATERIAL ES ??
    SALUDOS DESDE MÉXICO

  13. parles plus lent s’il tu plait!! :)))
    je ne peux pas comprendre que tu dis !
    je suis débutent en français
    merci beaucoup ♥️

  14. That's so impressive that you free handed that and got the perspectives so spot-on. it's just awesome thank you for sharing I think this is like my second or third time watching LOL sending love from Austin Texas

  15. Wow! C'est super bien garçon. Franchement t'as du talent. Bonne continuation. Abonné.

  16. This song was produced when there were real men leading on the music industry, speaking the right words , playing the perfect tones and saying no to capitalism in Vietnam. Bless the doors and the 1968/1970 era.

    Oh nice painting by da way!

  17. Big huge fan of the Doors Jim Morrison!also I have become a big fan of yours,love your style!I got into painting now because of you bro,I would love to recreate this Jim Morrison Art but I don't know if I can do the face ,any pointers?

  18. John, what tool are you using at 0:46 to make the curving comb/hair pick strokes? I tried using a comb but the paint will only last an inch when I apply it. I slowed down your video to look at the tool in your hand but can't figure it out. Thanks for the amazing video!

  19. Maybe you can use a stencil to make that copy, why no?

    For me, you are only making a good use of tools, but maybe you don't have a single drop of creative in your veins.

    Even the use you make of colors and composition is not even unusual. This is cheap, common and not very original.

    In other words, you better buy a printer or go back to art school son.

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