Artwork By Frank Deardurff
The following image are artwork by Frank Deardurff III. Click on the image or title to see the image larger. Feel free to comment and let me know what you think. I appreciate your feedback.
In this Sunset At The Beach painting I learned about light and refraction. The crashing waves are not as smooth as I would like but I do like how the sun reflects off the wet sand.
Another Abstract Moon Scape landscape piece as I learn from another tutorial. Several elements I like from this one. Made me think of Led Zeppelin’s “Misty Mountain Hop” song.
A simple tutorial playing with shapes. I like the abstract element of this Moons Over The Mountains painting. Tried some different effects with the moon and stars in this landscape part of this as well.
This is a new style for me to try based on some tutorials on YouTube. It’s kind of dark in the corner but there is a cat in the window there. Simple but learned some cool techniques. It seems each artist has their own way of doing things.
This one was fun to do still learning depth and lighting with these tutorials. I love late afternoon/evening as the clouds play with the sunlight.
This art work is based on a tutorial I watched on Youtube. Of course I’ve made my own modifications to make it my own. It was a working on learning more about lighting, shadows and textures. I enjoy sunsets and I feel that cloudy sunsets have more appeal as it adds more colors, textures. Clouds…
My latest digital painting I was inspired by a print in a hobby store but wanted to add a splash of color instead of just a grey sky. And, I wanted to symbolize me with my grandkids. This was done with my iPad and Apple Pencil in the Procreate app. Such a great way to…
Back to another tutorial, more on depth and lighting. I thought this one was pretty cool.
My own design applying more of what I learned using Procreate. Applying textures, depth of field, and lighting.
I liked this tutorial and the result. It made me think about several things, like placement of objects, and how objects appear in different lighting.