Over at Larry's blog he's showing off his talents with painting his SAM or as he calls it.... a Super Armored Madcatt. It's a tiny little creature... smaller than a quarter and he's painstakenly painted it with tiny sable brushes. And I must say.... he did an excellent job. I envy anyone who can paint small things with a steady hand. I saw on the news last week a story about Don Joslyn, an artist from Maine who paints miniatures that are 2x3 inches! I was totally taken with his paintings. They are very good and, my God, SO TINY!!
I began to feel the startings of a pity party for myself and my lack of talent in the tiny painting department. After taking a stroll around my house, I started to see things that I had done, grabbed my camera and thought I'd share a few with all of you. Any feedback is appreciated.
The first picture is a small rock that I painted to look like a raccoon. I think it came out fairly good.
I love to paint old signs. This is a Redman Tabacco sign that I did about 10 years ago.
Here's a Butter Cookie sign.