blogDon’t Lose Your Dinosaur

December 23, 2014

Another Step Brothers inspired commission.

Back in October, I completed a 2 painting Step Brothers set as a birthday commission. This month, I had another birthday/Step Brothers commission, minus the Ferrell stress.

This piece was based on what is probably the most meaningful quote from the movie. “Don’t lose your dinosaur” had some sentimental meaning between my friend who commissioned the piece and her son. If any quote were to have sentimental meaning, I’m glad it was this one.

I wanted to give it a worn, sign look. Something between Old West and carnival side show. The black, grey and red color scheme was to chosen to tie in with the colors of the room it would be hanging in. A dark, mossy green was chosen for the central image to complement the reds in the border. The landscape was painted in a monochromatic scheme to connect with the border and not distract from the detail of the dinosaur.

Such a fun project for my good friend and biggest Sawyerfresh collector.


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