|lilruffian ||03-26-2014 01:16 PM |
A Painting To Suit This Frame?!
My grandfather built this frame for me out of barnwood back at christmas time and i still haven't painted anything to fit into it!
reason being it has to be a vertical painting, of which i have none currently on hand, and i cannot for the life of me think of what would be best to paint to suit it.:shock:
So, do any of you guys have some ideas?
All would be appreciated!
|DanisMom ||03-26-2014 03:38 PM |
A horse portrait, of course!
|lilruffian ||03-26-2014 05:28 PM |
Yes! But should it be a simple face portrait? something western? with mountains? cattle? dogs?
|Roperchick ||03-26-2014 05:57 PM |
I'm thinking cow horse and moomoos in the mountains.....just say in ;P
|Saddlebag ||03-26-2014 08:42 PM |
Just the head, no distractions.
|Chevaux ||03-26-2014 09:20 PM |
I agree with Saddlebag - simple portrait in a minimalistic style with your choice of species acting as model. Remember to post the completed project, please.
|tinyliny ||03-27-2014 01:09 AM |
Why can't you turn t and use it landscape format?
|DanisMom ||03-29-2014 09:34 AM |
How big is the frame? If it's smaller, just the head. If it's large, you could do a something more detailed, but I would do just a head portrait.
|lilruffian ||03-30-2014 12:37 PM |
Thanks guys! It is a 16x20'' frame so not a bad size for any style.
And tinyliny, i could rotate it but i like it better vertical haha. just the way the boards rest on top but again, what do you guys think?
|Chevaux ||03-30-2014 02:05 PM |
I think boards resting on top would be more appropriate - it gives the vibe of sturdier construction that way.
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