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Days 11-30 (Sept Challenge)

Day 11 - 12: Two Days, underpainting and value mapping

Ceramic Camel; 8 x 10 in., Oil on Panel


Day 11 - block in and underpainting/value mapping

This is why drawing skills are so important when it comes to painting


Day 13: Painterly Reflection; 6 x 6 in., Oil on Panel


Close Up

Day 14: Still life sketch


Day 15 - 16: Block in on a brand new set of artist panels I am experimenting with. The second day was all the finishing touches.


Art Materials Still life; 6 x 6 in., Oil on Panel

Day 17: Back Yard Pond Reflections - using artist-grade simi-heavy weighted brown paper, 6 x 8 in., Oil on Paper - experimenting on new substrates


Day 18: Garden Goats; 6 x 6 in., Pencil on Paper



Day 19: Metal Garden Goats; 8 x 6 in., Oil on Paper


Day 20: Santa Fe, NM street sketch



Day 21: The Sleeping Giant, Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs, CO.



Day 22: Breckenridge, CO, Old blacksmith house



Day 23: Indian Peaks Wilderness Area, Old Rotted Tree Stump



Day 24: Old School House Bell



Day 25: Tetons National Park, Sketch from the day hike at Taggert Lake.



Day 26: J. Pierce Cuningham Farm, Great Tetons Park



Day 27: Death Canyon Hike, Phelp Lake Overlook (The Tetons)



Day 28: Old Faithful, Yellowstone National Park



Day 29: Lamar Valley Bison of Yellowstone National Park



Day 30: Yellowstone River going into the Yellowstone Canyon.


September Challenge Complete!! 30 days, 30 creations!!! It was a tough challenge, but pushing myself to do it daily was a joy. It proved to me that it can be done if you give yourself the time. Procrastination is the enemy but carving out a small-time per day is the only way to get better at something. Cheers!

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Tim Ellmers,  Artist

Hendersonville, North Carolina

Contemporary Impressionist

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