Grumpy White Shark by Meg Lyman
Gouache and ink on ACEO paper
Lemon Shark by Meg Lyman
4×4″ gouache on Claybord Textured, now known as Aquabord
He’s a bit of a sourpuss.
This is, of course, a continuation of the shark pun obligation I created for myself when I painted Blue Shark. Below are a few WIP shots showing how I used masking fluid for this one. It’s very helpful for flowing underwater backgrounds, although the stuff I use is blue and that makes it harder to see underwater. So to speak.
Painted-over masking fluid (applied along the edge of the shark outline)
Masking removed, imperfectly so. Workable nonetheless.
Glow-in-the-Dark Shark by Meg Lyman
Painted Shark by Meg Lyman
5×7″ oil on board
$85 – e-mail to purchase
Goth Shark by Meg Lyman
7×10″ gouache on matboard
I’ll be out of the country for the next 2-3 weeks. I’ll bring back lots of photos, sketches, and a nice tan. Until next time… Keep arting!
It’s love… strange love, but love.
Gouache on watercolor paper, 8×10″