Even More NEVER SEEN BEFORE Failed Paintings From My Sketchbooks :)

2015 Artwork sketchbooks November sketch

Well, I was kind of stressed out a while before I was going to write today’s article (due to technical issues. On the plus side, I now know how to oil a computer fan). So, instead of an actual article – here are four “never seen before” failed paintings from my sketchbook. None of these pictures got past the initial drawing stage, but I hope that they’re interesting.

Originally, I'd planned to make an extra painting for Halloween. It would have been a "Left 4 Dead" fan art piece, featuring the characters from my "The Horror At Hardtalon Hall" comic. Unfortunately, I was too busy with the comic at the time to really finish this painting.

Originally, I’d planned to make an extra painting for Halloween. It would have been a “Left 4 Dead” fan art piece, featuring the characters from my “The Horror At Hardtalon Hall” comic. Unfortunately, I was too busy with the comic at the time to really finish this painting.

This was going to be a painting of a private detective but, for some reason, I lost enthusiasm/inspiration shortly after starting it.

This was going to be a painting of a private detective but, for some reason, I lost enthusiasm/inspiration shortly after starting it.

This was going to be a painting set on a rainy mountaintop of some kind. But, I think that I was feeling uninspired or unenthusiastic at the time, so I ended up abandoning it.

This was going to be a painting set on a rainy mountaintop of some kind. But, I think that I was feeling uninspired or unenthusiastic at the time, so I ended up abandoning it.

This was going to be a gothic painting of some kind, but I thought that the background looked too random - so I ended up abandoning it.

This was going to be a gothic painting of some kind, but I thought that the background looked too random – so I ended up abandoning it.

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Anyway, I hope that this was interesting 🙂 Hopefully, I’ll write a proper article or review for tomorrow 🙂

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