Friday, March 5, 2010

Soup For Lunch, 8x6, Oil

I thought you might like to see the process of this one... I love tomato and rice soup!
First, the photo, below....

The initial sketch and block-in.

Some background, and a little modeling on the can...

Modeling on the bowl and spoon,

The cloth beneath and some rough details,

Almost done...
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  1. fantastic!
    I really appreciate the step by step.
    I wish i could paint soup today- its the perfect comfort food for a day like this!

  2. Love the process photos and the finished product, Kelley!

  3. I love this painting...I am a big fan of Campbell's soups! The process was very interesting. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Thanks for sharing your process Kelley. It's another fabulous painting. You seem to always paint things I's too funny! When I saw this on my dashboard I laughed because I love Campbell's tomato and rice soup.

  5. This is a wonderful painting! I love seeing these steps as well!

  6. Thanks for the process photos. The final painting is great. You caught the correct red and lettering for the soup can. Also love the way you painted the spoon. Time to check the pantry for soup to enjoy for lunch!

  7. Love this one! Thanks for the step by to see the process.

  8. Kelley I just saw the greatest 'movie' called 'Paco's Art World'! I LOVE IT!

  9. hi kelley!
    oh it is amazing!
    i love seeing your process.
    truly inspiring!

  10. Thanks Kelley, really interesting to see the process

  11. Kelley,
    Thank you for sharing this step by step, process of you r painting! I love it!

  12. I love soup, Kelley, and am having some for lunch today!

    This painting turned out nicely.

    Why omit the stripes? Too busy perhaps?

    Now if you'll excuse me, there's a soup bowl with my name on it!


  13. Once again you preserve a little scene of daily life, Kelley!I found the process most interesting especially the red under painting.


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