Category Archives: acrylic

Prints and Paintings up for sale!!

My 2 new robot paintings (Twins #1 & #2) are up for sale…

The Twins - Robots 2013 - Robor Series

The Twins – Robots
2013 – Robot Series











The originals can be purchased at: this site (look under new arrivals)

Prints and products can be purchased : here

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New, finished robot paintings…

Two new original paintings, acrylic on canvas… links to prints, etc. later

The Twins.

Twin1originalweb Twin2originalweb

New-ish painting/print

It’s based off my earlier painting, “ChromeDome”.

Transfer print/acrylic paint on paper. Buy it here!

Finished Painting: “RoboHunter”

Ok, he’s all finished up. Went back and totally re-worked the neck.. I like it ALOT better.

Also did some detailing with pen, fine brushes… Just have to frame and he’s all ready.

"RoboHunter" (detail) 18"x24" acrylic on canvas

"RoboHunter" acrylic on canvas 18"x24""RoboHunter" (detail) 18"x24" acrylic on canvas

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Paintings/Prints for sale

I’ve thrown up a couple paintings and prints on my site for sale. You can purchase them directly from my site via Google Checkout.

Take a peek here: site

"Chrome Landscape" 2011 Joshua A. Davis

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Bob Ross?!!?

Yeah, soooo..

I haven’t touched this painting in a bit. That’s how I roll with my work. I do it for a bit, put it aside, work on something else. It all needs to gestate, digest, regurgitate(!?).

At any rate, yesterday I attempted to work on it some more..

As you can tell from below, it just isn’t turning out so swell…

This happens with most pieces in the midpoint, I’m used to it and know that a massive overhaul is needed. (Usually including wiping out, sanding, and basically ruining the “preciousness” of the thing in my head… )

So, here’s what we’ve got so far…

including some Bob Ross mountains in the background.


*dry heaving*
(click image for larger size)

Underpainting finished

Went back in with some Pthalo Blue acrylic. Deepend areas, added some shadow to the arm, chiseled away the pointy shoulder… then popped out the whites again.

Tomorrow and this weekend I start some oil layers. Woo hoo!

(click to enlarge)

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