posted by Marco Bucci at 7:25 PM
Beautiful! Looks like so much fun. I'll have to try this some day.
I have fun looking at them. You achieved something for sure with each. Great studies.
These are super inspiring!
Hey Marcoreally nice stuff man!! thanks for sharing
thanks for sharing the photo of your tools!
Oh I love these! Very fresh.
These are really great, I like the descriptive element, it's a neat snapshot of a moment.I'm glad you shared a photo of your tool setup. What sort of a setup do you use when doing oil painting outside? I was going to send you a follow-up email to ask that question, but thought that information would be helpful to everyone else.Cheers!
Hey Justin,For oils I have an EasyL pochade setup with a tripod. I recommend the smallest size for outdoor work, as it's lighter to travel with. I have about 3-4 brushes of various sizes (all flat bristles). I've got one of those airtight cans that you can buy at any art store for water (I use water mixable oils), and it fits into a hiking backpack along with my roll of paper towels. I usually carry small gessoed masonite boards...6x8" or 8x10". The nice part about the EasyL is that it's also a built-in wet painting carrier, so when I'm done painting I just slide it into the box and I'm on my way.I should let you know, however, that this little watercolor/gouache setup has completely replaced my desire to do oils outdoors. I'm much more productive working small and quickly, and it's always nice to not have to worry about drying times when carrying paintings around on a camping trip or something. Just something to think about.Of course, if my goal was to do a larger finished piece outdoors, then I'd use the oil setup again.
These are so beautiful. Very inspiring Marco.
awesome stuff mr bucci
These travel sketches are so great! I want to hit the road and paint. Post more.W
i agree with most other commenters;i really like these...
These look great!!
Your work never ceases to amaze me!!
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