‘Charging Bull’ is my new Michael Dunlop Suzuki GSXR 2017 Senior TT Fine Art Print taken from my oil on linen canvas painting 🖌 🎨 🏁 🇮🇲 🐃 🎁 🎄
A4 £20, A3 £30 or A2 £40 with free UK P&P
http://www.billyart.co.uk/ michaeldunlop/ michaeldunlop.html
A unique TT collectors piece of art. 1 – 50 and a lot of the higher numbers, 133, 136, 315, 333 etc, have already gone.
Order early for Christmas 🎁 🎄 – last UK post is about the 20th December 2017. International orders need to be shipped in early December.
Michael Dunlop Suzuki GSXR 2017 Senior TT oil painting by Billy
Here is my Michael Dunlop 2017 Senior TT oil on linen canvas painting titled ‘Charging Bull’.
This full HD time-lapse shows the ‘The Bull’ of the Keppel Gate corner being painted, including the ‘Road Furniture’ hazard bollards as Michael Dunlop goes on his way to his 3rd Isle of Man TT Senior victory riding the Hawk Racing Suzuki GSXR 1000cc Superbike in its maiden year.
I use Rosemary and Company Brushes and Winsor and Newton Artist Oil Paints to produce my art.
The art is now available as a limited edition Giclée fine art print from my website www.billyart.co.uk
Here’s the full Michael Dunlop 2017 Senior TT oil painting work in progress so far with the Hawk Racing Suzuki GSXR fairing pretty much complete. I use Rosemary & Co Brushes and Winsor & Newton Artist Oil Paints to produce my art. 🖌️🎨🇮🇲🏁🐃
Just the Arai Helmet, Screen, front wheel, flies & chips to go 👍😀
Michael Dunlop 2017 Isle of Man Senior TT Oil Painting by Billy – Work In Progress Update on the Suzuki GSXR Fairing.
Painting the 🇮🇲 Manx flies on my John McGuinness 2015 Isle of Man senior TT oil painting. Detail shot of #1 plate and screen of the Honda Fireblade CBR1000RR Superbike. This photo shows the work that goes into my art using Rosemary & Co Artists Brushes & Winsor and Newton artist oils. It is like painting with cream cheese, wonderful. 🖌🎨👍
Painting the Manx Flies on John McGuinness 2015 Senior TT Oil Painting by Billy
After yesterdays post – it is now past midnight and after a long day of DIY (should stand for Don’t Involve Yourself!) I haven’t turned into a pumpkin but managed to make a purchase on the Linen Canvas Roll Conundrum. So DIY canvas making here I come again as I can’t get a standard size linen canvas for my Motorcycle art. 20×30 inches is a little to large and the 2:3 ratio is what I require for my paintings and no one does a 16×24 inch or 12x18inch canvas which I would like to use. So I am making them myself.
But before I go onto my purchase one other point on bad mass produced canvasses. Why oh why do the people who oversee them being made have them stapled in the corners through the tenon joints? A staple in each corner through both pieces of interlocking wood has a rather marked effect on rendering the STRETCHER KEYS USELESS!(emphasis mine for obvious effect)