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Got it from here, oh god, our plant turn it a long ways. I'm, turning it long ways. Oh my god, i'm trying, oh god, okay hold on no, it's. Okay, i got it. I got it. I got it hold on. I got ta, take the back, strap off hello, everybody! It's, your favorite faux fur wearing youtube artist here.

Well, maybe that's. Pretty bold of me to assume, but i don't, know any other artist on youtube who, like rock, faux fur like now. As you guys know recently, i have been doing a whole entire studio, revamp to my little art room and i've, come to the conclusion that it's very cramped in here there's very, very little space.

So i got to thinking you know what would make this tiny little cramped room that much better a five-foot giant canvas that'll solve my lack of space issue so yeah, as you guys can tell by the title of this video and literally what I just said i'm, going to be painting on the largest canvas that i could find and it just so happens to be a five foot by four and a half feet canvas.

So with that being said, we're just going to jump right into it today, because there is a lot of painting and work that i need to do so. Yeah, let's, go ahead and start oh shoot zach. You know what just remember: we should ask for a bag well doc.

Thank you for your help. I appreciate it, but i got it from here. I got it from here, oh god, our plant - oh god, oh god. Oh my god. I'm trying. Oh god, okay hold on no, it's. Okay, i got it. I got it.

I got it there's, so much stuff in our house. Okay got it! Thank you now. I hope you guys are enjoying my new backdrop because it's. The [ __ ] canvas i'll, move it slightly out of the way that way it's, not just like a white void behind me.

There we go that's better now. The official dimensions for this canvas is 48 inches by 60 inches. Originally, it cost 90 dollars, but with a coupon i got it for 60. uh. One thing that surprised me about this canvas is the fact that it's so large.

It actually has support beams behind it, which is something that i have never seen before. When it comes to canvas. The canvas came already pre-prepped with acrylic gesso, so it's immediately, ready to be painted on which thank the lord, because priming this bad boy would have been a literal whole entire day's worth of work just to prepare it.

So, thank god it's already primed now, unlike my other videos, every time i buy something, i always buy it in twos. That way. If i mess up it's, not a problem, but because this canvas was so big so expensive.

I only have one meaning. If i mess up, i mess up there's, no coming back from it, and i'm, not gonna lie. Yesterday i spent a whole entire day, procrastinating to like mentally prepare for the giant painting that i'm about to paint, but i mentally prepared myself, i'm ready.

I'm in the zone. I got my game face on and i'm ready to start preparations step, one all right now that everything's set up, i'm ready to start finally painting. The next question is: what am i going to paint, and originally i thought maybe like a giant portrait like a giant face on here, but i can't.

Think of one single person whose face i would want hanging over my couch. Judging me as i down a whole bag of chips, i can't. Think of one. So i'm, going to be painting a landscape, but it's not going to be a regular landscape.

It's. Going to be a cool landscape, it's, going to be at night. It's, going to be in the desert. It's, going to have a fantasy element, and i have a few other surprises for you with the landscape. But i'm a lady, and i don't want to give away my secrets just yet so so yeah starting off with step one.

The background. Okay here goes nothing no! Coming back from that now. For some reason, the first layer of the sunset was out of focus, but i'll, try my best to explain what i did, which was pretty simple.

Actually, i laid down a layer of turquoise, a beautiful blue, to replicate the night sky and a little bit of pink to replicate a sunset. It hasn't even been 30 minutes in, and i've already created. What can only be described as a brutal murder of a smurf, just blue splatter everywhere here i am going in with just pure paint to like make the colors pop even more and just on a weird side.

Note. Originally, i'm from new mexico. The desert - and i got ta say we have some of the best sunsets. I have ever seen. Some of the best memories i had growing up were going out with my friends out into the country watching the sunset and stargazing all night, and that was the only benefit of living in the middle of.

Nowhere is that you can enjoy the sunset. The calmness of no people and see the stars perfectly so while i was thinking about what to paint and what could i stare at for like the rest of my life, the only answer was the new mexico sunset.

Well, that took longer than expected so long that it's. Actually, the next day, as you can tell by my makeup change, what ended up happening was so frustrating right before i put on the stars, an evil drip of water at the very, very tip top like dripped all the way down and left like a white trail.

All the way down, so i basically ended up having to redo this whole entire section all over again because of that one evil drip of water. I'm, really happy with it. So far. I think i'm off to a great start, and this leads me to part two: the foreground m woot.

It's coming out so great so far, usually by now, something like really dramatic would have happened where i would have had to like do something major reconstruction, but it's working out perfectly well, i shouldn't, say Everything's going super perfect.

There is one very minor thing that has been driving me nuts, and that thing is how bouncy the canvas is. Okay, i'm gonna lightly pounce it, and i want you guys to observe firsthand just like how bouncy the canvas is.

You hear that and because it's, so bouncy it's. A little less stable than like a normal canvas would be. For example, when i did that landscape on a solid wall. I had no problem pushing the brush onto the wall, but this i have to be very careful because i don't want [ __ ], like that's happening, but yeah.

Now i'm, going to start on the plant of the new mexico landscape. Now, unlike my last landscape, which was filled to the brim with trees and bushes and flowers, and everything that screams life, that's, not really new mexico's style well, at least the areas that i'm from.

As you guys can see, new mexico is very empty full of dirt. For some reason, the grass is dead year-round. So i'm going to replicate that emptiness in my painting. So it is currently day three that i have been working on.

The painting and out of all the days i would say that today is arguably the most exciting, because i can finally reveal the surprises that i have regarding this painting. Now, if you're, not aware, originally, i'm from roswell new mexico.

Now roswell is very famous for an old ufo sighting from the 1940s and still to this day in 2020, people will flock from all over the world to come to my little hometown to see all the alien themed items that we have, for example, the street lights Aliens there's, a ufo museum, hotels and restaurants have aliens street signs parades.

We have a whole entire festival every single summer. Well, not this summer, but usually every single summer dedicated to ufos. Even the freaking mcdonald & # 39. S is in a shape of a ufo, and so this leads me to the big reveal as to why i left this whole entire area blank.

I plan to paint a ufo abducting something usually whenever you see alien abduction pictures, it usually involves some kind of cattle. Getting abducted, but i decided to do a personal little twist and i painted a little thicky thick dog in honor of my personal favorite thicky thick dog, miss bowie.

In fact, let me turn the camera around and i want you guys to see what she looks like at this exact moment: wow really really bowie wow, but anyway, for this last step. Consider it a psa for all my artists out there paint you damn edges, painting your edges will make the painting look that much more complete and a little bit more professional and put together, hypothetically speaking, if i was to put a custom frame on this canvas depending On the material it might have made this canvas very, very heavy, and secondly, it might have cost a pretty penny.

So in this case, i did opt for a beautiful blue to frame the edges and, with that being said, four days worth of painting and one ruined pair of shorts later here's. The final piece me going back it up.

Ah hi it's me and bowie. Before the video ends, i would like to give a huge shout out to artichloe rose and her podcast spilling the paint water she recently had me on as a guest. We talked about some very personal things.

Our friendship funny stories i'll link the youtube video down below it's, also on apple music and soon to be spotify and yeah guys. I've, been doing a lot of extra editing and putting a lot more effort into my videos, so i hope you guys enjoyed it and with that being said, i will see you guys next, video bye got it from here.

Oh god, our plant turn it a long way. I'm turning it long ways. Oh my god, i'm trying, oh god, okay hold on no, it's. Okay, i got it. I got it. I got it hold on. I got ta, take the back, strap off hello, everybody! It's, your favorite faux fur wearing youtube artist here.

Well, maybe that's. Pretty bold of me to assume, but i don't, know any other artist on youtube who, like rock, faux fur like now. As you guys know recently, i have been doing a whole entire studio, revamp to my little art room and i've, come to the conclusion that it's very cramped in here there's very, very little space.

So i got to thinking you know what would make this tiny little cramped room that much better a five-foot giant canvas that'll solve my lack of space issue so yeah, as you guys can tell by the title of this video and literally what I just said i'm, going to be painting on the largest canvas that i could find and it just so happens to be a five foot by four and a half feet canvas.

So with that being said, we're just going to jump right into it today, because there is a lot of painting and work that i need to do so. Yeah, let's, go ahead and start [, Music ], oh shoot! Zach! You know what just remember: we should ask for a bag [, Music, ], well doc.

Thank you for your help. I appreciate it, but i got it from here. I got it from here, oh god, our plant - oh god, oh god. Oh my god. I'm trying, oh god, okay hold on no, it's. Okay, i got it. I got it.

I got it there's, so much stuff in our house. Okay got it! Thank you now. I hope you guys are enjoying my new backdrop because it's. The fucking canvas i'll, move it slightly out of the way that way it's, not just like a white void behind me.

There we go that's better now. The official dimensions for this canvas is 48 inches by 60 inches. Originally, it cost 90 dollars, but with a coupon i got it for 60. uh. One thing that surprised me about this canvas is the fact that it's so large.

It actually has support beams behind it, which is something that i have never seen before. When it comes to canvas. The canvas came already pre-prepped with acrylic gesso, so it's immediately, ready to be painted on which thank the lord, because priming this bad boy would have been a literal whole entire day's worth of work just to prepare it.

So, thank god it's already primed now, unlike my other videos, every time i buy something, i always buy it in twos. That way. If i mess up it's, not a problem, but because this canvas was so big so expensive.

I only have one meaning. If i mess up, i mess up there's, no coming back from it, and i'm, not gonna lie. Yesterday i spent a whole entire day, procrastinating to like mentally prepare for the giant painting that i'm about to paint, but i mentally prepared myself, i'm ready.

I'm in the zone. I got my game face on and i'm ready to start preparations step, one [, Music, ], all right. Now that everything's set up, i'm ready to start finally painting. The next question is: what am i going to paint, and originally i thought maybe like a giant portrait like a giant face on here, but i can't.

Think of one single person whose face i would want hanging over my couch. Judging me as i down a whole bag of chips, i can't. Think of one. So i'm, going to be painting a landscape, but it's not going to be a regular landscape.

It's. Going to be a cool landscape, it's, going to be at night. It's, going to be in the desert. It's, going to have a fantasy element, and i have a few other surprises for you with the landscape. But i'm a lady, and i don't want to give away my secrets just yet so so yeah starting off with step one.

The background. Okay here goes nothing no! Coming back from that now. For some reason, the first layer of the sunset was out of focus, but i'll, try my best to explain what i did, which was pretty simple.

Actually, i laid down a layer of turquoise, a beautiful blue, to replicate the night sky and a little bit of pink to replicate a sunset, [, Music ]. It hasn't even been 30 minutes in and i've already created.

What can only be described as a brutal murder of a smurf, just blue splatter, everywhere [ Music ] here i am going in with just pure paint to like make the colors pop even more and just on a weird side.

Note. Originally i'm from new mexico. The desert, and i got ta, say we have some of the best sunsets. I have ever seen. Some of the best memories i had growing up were going out with my friends out into the country watching the sunset and stargazing all night, and that was the only benefit of living in the middle of.

Nowhere is that you can enjoy the sunset. The calmness of no people and see the stars perfectly so while i was thinking about what to paint and what could i stare at for like the rest of my life, the only answer was the new mexico sunset.

Well, that took longer than expected so long that it's. Actually, the next day, as you can tell by my makeup change, what ended up happening was so frustrating right before i put on the stars, an evil drip of water at the very, very tip top like dripped all the way down and left like a white trail.

All the way down, so i basically ended up having to redo this whole entire section all over again because of that one evil drip of water. I'm, really happy with it. So far. I think i'm off to a great start, and this leads me to part two: the [ Music ] foreground, [, Music, ] m woot.

It's coming out so great so far. Usually by now, something like really dramatic would have happened where i would have had to like do something major reconstruction, but it's working out perfectly well, i shouldn't, say everything's.

Going super perfect. There is one very minor thing that has been driving me nuts, and that thing is how bouncy the canvas is. Okay, i'm gonna lightly pounce it, and i want you guys to observe firsthand just like how bouncy the canvas is.

You hear that and because it's, so bouncy it's. A little less stable than like a normal canvas would be. For example, when i did that landscape on a solid wall. I had no problem pushing the brush onto the wall, but this i have to be very careful because i don't want shit like that's happening, but yeah.

Now i'm, going to start on the plant of the new mexico landscape, [ Music ]. Now, unlike my last landscape, which was filled to the brim with trees and bushes and flowers, and everything that screams life, that's, not really new mexico's style well, at least the areas that i'm from.

As you guys can see, new mexico is very empty full of dirt. For some reason, the grass is dead year-round. So i'm, going to replicate that emptiness in my painting, [ Music ]. So it is currently day three that i have been working on the painting and out of all the days, i would say that today is arguably the most exciting, because i can finally reveal the surprises that i have regarding this painting.

Now, if you're, not aware, originally, i'm from roswell new mexico. Now roswell is very famous for an old ufo sighting from the 1940s and still to this day in 2020, people will flock from all over the world to come to my little hometown to see all the alien themed items that we have, for example, the street lights Aliens there's, a ufo museum, hotels and restaurants have aliens street signs parades.

We have a whole entire festival every single summer. Well, not this summer, but usually every single summer dedicated to ufos. Even the freaking mcdonald & # 39. S is in a shape of a ufo, and so this leads me to the big reveal as to why i left this whole entire area.

Blank. I plan to paint a ufo abducting something: [: Applause, ], [, Music, ], [ Applause, ], [, Music, ], [ Applause, ], [, Music, ]. Usually, whenever you see alien abduction pictures, it usually involves some kind of cattle getting abducted, but i decided to do a personal little twist and i painted a little thicky thick dog in honor of my personal favorite thicky thick dog, miss bowie.

In fact, let me turn the camera around and i want you guys to see what she looks like at this exact moment: wow really really bowie wow, but anyway, for this last step. Consider it a psa for all my artists out there paint you damn edges, painting your edges will make the painting look that much more complete and a little bit more professional and put together, hypothetically speaking, if i was to put a custom frame on this canvas depending On the material it might have made this canvas very, very heavy, and secondly, it might have cost a pretty penny.

So in this case, i did opt for a beautiful blue to frame the edges and with that being said, four days worth of painting and one ruined pair of shorts later here's, the final piece [ Music ] me going back it up.

Ah hi it's me and bowie. Before the video ends, i would like to give a huge shout out to artichloe rose and her podcast spilling the paint water she recently had me on as a guest. We talked about some very personal things.

Our friendship funny stories i'll link the youtube video down below it's, also on apple music and soon to be spotify and yeah guys. I've, been doing a lot of extra editing and putting a lot more effort into my videos, so i hope you guys enjoyed it and with that being said, i will see you guys next, video bye,

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