In many conversations with acquaintances, friends and other people interestet in painting, I have repeatedly found there are different opinions adbout how a painting is developed.
Many people believe that each individual object is painted before the next object is started. There is also the erroneous belief that one colour at a time is painted in the picture before the next colour is Used.
These are quite common techniques which could be used to painta picture, I di not use them. The depth of the image is lost, as wall as the shading, reflection and other important effects.
To show once how my paintings are developed I have documented one in four variuos stages of development. This will show zhe emergence of the painting "Heiße Mädchen " ("Hot Girls").
This is always the drafting of the theme on the canvas. I do not have a picture of this because the pencil lines are very light and thin. They are very hard to see in a photo.
Here the background come to existence. Even the details will be finished at the end of the painting.
In this part, the pain theme come to existence. Useful is the technique "bach to front". I Start with the farest part of the picture.
Following the middle view starts the foreground. Using this technique gine the perspective, shades and reflections as told in the introduction.
It gives pictures a sort of 3D Dimenstion.
This is the cute Esmeralda