I’ve started a Force Awakens Han & Chewie painting with the Falcon behind them.
Close up of progress
Here’s the full view of my Han Solo Episode 7 oil painting.
Of course you’ve all seen the original Star Wars movie… Haven’t you?
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away… Han shot Greedo in the Mos Eisley cantina on Tatooine. I imagined if Greedo had any kids they’d be pretty pissed off with Han.
So 30 years on and still wearing that same old black waistcoat Han pops back to his old stomping ground only to find the son of Greedo armed with his fathers pistol seeking revenge. Don’t think the old smoothie could charm his way out of this one.
Who shoots first this time? I’ll leave that to your imagination! 🙂
I’ve revived my Han Solo episode 7 painting. It’s been a long time since I put paint to canvas. This is a work in progress.
Here’s a work in progress speed painting of my Han Solo episode 7 picture. There’s no sound on this one.
This is becoming an annual event, Ronnie O’Sullivan wins the world snooker championship while I paint a picture. Well done again Ronnie. Make sure you come back next year to defend your title again and overtake Davis & Hendry in the next few years!
Anyway I’m working on a Star Wars Episode 7 Han Solo. Can an older Harrison Ford still pull this character off? I hope so.
I’m back working on my Blade Runner Rick Deckard painting. Background is getting filled in now. I’m painting in a dark rainy cityscape from the film.
Continuing on from the Rick Deckard sketch, here is the painting so far based on that sketch. This is an oil painting A4 size. This is now starting to look like a 1982 Harrison Ford from the film Blade Runner.
I had been struggling and nearly ripped it up earlier in the process as it was strangely looking like Mel Gibson but I’m glad I didn’t give up on it as a few more hours of work has started to produce a better likeness.
Ridley Scott has signed up to produce and direct a new Blade Runner movie. The news brought me to watch the original movie (Again), and draw a Deckard sketch which I will paint soon.
This is HB mechanical pencil on thick watercolour paper A4 size. Not decided whether to use watercolour or transfer to canvas for an oil painting yet. Watch this space…