Friday, April 19, 2013

Oak Tree Original Painting Work in Progress...




Here is a work in progress image of my oak tree painting.  I'm a little bit farther along then this, but I thought it would be fun to post it with just the sky and some of the leaves since in my sketch all it was was the trunks and branches...  I'm hoping to get this done by tomorrow for Nibblefest.

Anyway, I'm joining in this week with Paint Party Friday.  To see more participants, please visit:
http://paintpartyfriday.blogspot.com/

13 comments:

Kim said...

Wonderful painting! HPPF!

Faye said...

Beautiful tree painting. Love the sky and leaf colors.

Cat Beringer said...

love how twisty and turn-y the trunks and branches are! HPPF!

Dianne said...

intriguing and full of possibility! a fun peek at what's to come...

www.dorissdaughter.com said...

Interesting to see those negative spaces. This looks like it will be a wonderful painting when its finished. I love the perspective you have on the tree.

bellefrogworks said...

I love the painting and love the way you left all those negative spaces to fill in. I always try to paint trees the other way - even tho I've been told to try that way. Hope to see it in it's finished state soon. HPPF

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

Thanks so much for the kind words on my oak painting! I've finished it in time too...

bellefrogworks, I tend to work from back to front, but not always though...

Nicole Beadwright Campanella said...

Wow this is awesome. I can't wait to see the finished piece.
Nicole/Beadwright

Anne Manda said...

Lovely WIP! Happy PPF!

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

Thanks very much Nicole and Anne, I've finished and it's posted above, but I'll post the link next Friday for PPF directly too so it's easy to find.

Magic Love Crow said...

I love the way it looks now Lisa! Very cool looking ;o)

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

Interesting perspective Stacy, I never thought of having them be white trees! I had already painted them brown by the time I read your intriguing comment though...

Annabelle said...

It's beginning is beautiful. I am very interested to see it done; I think it will be lovely.