May 17, 2014


Tober's hand is still in a condition that he can't paint with it properly.. Sometimes, if he really wants to paint he is still into business, but he had to cancel the most recent orders due to his hand problem. I hope he'll get better soon, this is a real pity.. When he asked if I would paint the stage pieces for Stichting Push, I couldn't resist. And it turned out well! After a little chat with Paul, it was time to get started sketching the thing. The people from Push we're really supportive, and every little change was all my decision; Easy! We made 3 curtains to put on the stage; Every piece with an special theme; the first one was bullies, the middle one was about the diva's and the last one is all about nerds.

After the sketches were completed, I got my cans and we got to the first location.. In Zuidland Tober had a couple of canvases left, with pieces from Kermis and Rias on (the returning visitor would recognize those names by now!). After a night of painting the bases, we were done filling. All colors were on, and after a nice beer we got home. Perfect!

The day after we met at half past nine in the morning @ Brielle. The weather was good and my girl was with me, so that part made my day already.. We latexed the last part (Thanks to my homie Tober!) and we waited for the paint to dry a little. About an hour later the group of musical school kids arrived. Overall it was a fun day, learning those kids to paint; they were only 10 years old but got some mad ideas! Full of potential. Compare my sketches with the end results below, their effects and backgrounds added so much more! The fabric we did paint on wasn't the best, and with a lil wind it would already move, so the lines aren't the cleanest. But it was fun!



It was fun to do! I hope I'll receive a call next year haha.




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