I Ain't Feeling Cool (52cm X 38 cm)
I Ain't Feeling Cool (52cm X 38 cm)

I still like to paint traditionally and this illustration has been done this way too. It is a slightly satirical sketch, where usually many of us feel cool in shades, but it isn’t entirely like that for this chap...
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52cm X 38 cm
I still like to paint traditionally and this illustration has been done this way too. Probably you have realised what the theme is about, but if you haven’t right away I urge you to take a moment before it is explained to you. This would make it much more fun.
It is a slightly satirical sketch, though poignant at the same time. What I am alluding to is when usually many of us feel cool in shades, it isn’t entirely like that for this chap, if you get what I mean. He may look good wearing them, however something is out of place and those glasses give it away. Indeed, what is enlightened from his image counts for us as well. Two more allusions I would like to give you are melting Arctic ice and an unusual look.
As for the painting itself, it is a mixed media on a Hahnemuhle (Fineart) Cornwall 450 g/m – 210 lbs matt watercolour paper. The paper actually measures 42cm X 56cm, but the painting less the border (tape) shown in the uploaded additional image really measures 52cm X 38cm. My markings would be on the rear once I get to make them.

I Ain't Feeling Cool (52cm X 38 cm)

I still like to paint traditionally and this illustration has been done this way too. It is a slightly satirical sketch, where usually many of us feel cool in shades, but it isn’t entirely like that for this chap...
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52cm X 38 cm
I still like to paint traditionally and this illustration has been done this way too. Probably you have realised what the theme is about, but if you haven’t right away I urge you to take a moment before it is explained to you. This would make it much more fun.
It is a slightly satirical sketch, though poignant at the same time. What I am alluding to is when usually many of us feel cool in shades, it isn’t entirely like that for this chap, if you get what I mean. He may look good wearing them, however something is out of place and those glasses give it away. Indeed, what is enlightened from his image counts for us as well. Two more allusions I would like to give you are melting Arctic ice and an unusual look.
As for the painting itself, it is a mixed media on a Hahnemuhle (Fineart) Cornwall 450 g/m – 210 lbs matt watercolour paper. The paper actually measures 42cm X 56cm, but the painting less the border (tape) shown in the uploaded additional image really measures 52cm X 38cm. My markings would be on the rear once I get to make them.