How I paint gregoire dressed in yoruba native

24inches by 36inches portrait painting by ayeola ayodeji artist

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I painted him wearing Yoruba native.

Every oil on canvas painting starts with preparing the canvas and making a proper coating of the painting canvas.
For me I use Emotion paint missed with Top bond to coat the surface of my canvas and wait for it to dry.

Once the canvas coat is dry then I proceed to sketch.
I sketch with pencil or charcoal pencil then outline with color.

Often times I like to miss my color on the color pallet before I proceed to painting.

I start with blocking the shades to define the forms on the face.

Applying the lights here.

Painting in progress.

The completed painting.

Watch the making video below.

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