Thursday, September 16, 2010

1940s Glamour Pin-Up Girls Tin








I used an old Julie's biscuit tin to experiment painting these glamour pin-up girls from the 1940s era. To give it an old look, I added raw sienna into the varnish and gave it a couple of coatings. I posted these on my facebook and all my famous American Facebook artist friends really loved it. I now plan to try a portrait of a 1940s glamour girl on a Belgian Biscuit Tin I bought and love.

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