Delightful Sentry

 I have a couple of VIDEOS for you today!

I’m showing the process of painting the Rooster in two parts. The first is the general block in of the body and tail. Then details in these areas are defined.

Now, let’s concentrate on the head, eye and comb. Please keep in mind, after you start the video you can enlarge it by clicking on the little screen icon on the right side of the black band across the bottom.

SG3215 Delightful Sentry  14x11Delightful Sentry           14 inches tall by 11 inches wide

Our Delightful Sentry is finished, ready to bring lots of smiles to his new person. As soon as he is dry enough we’ll let him fly out of our nest! Jack said he sure likes this little fella, hope he takes awhile to dry! Thanks for reading my blog, I appreciate each and every one of you. And thank you for all of your wonderful comments. Hugs,

M Senkarik

4 Responses to “Delightful Sentry”

  1. Doris walters Says:

    I notice you place your paint papers in a large plastic bag secured to a walker. Please tell me how to dispose of these papers in an environmental manner. I am curious to know how you handle them. Thanks!!

    • Mikki Senkarik Says:

      Hi Doris,

      We are lucky. Our local garbage service has a pick up for this kind of stuff. They also dispose of the gunky paint thinner in a safe manner. Thank you for following my blog.


  2. Erika Schmidt Says:

    Hi Mikki,
    My son Kurt just presented me with your beautiful painting of the delightful sentry. I love it, it’s the best Birthday present ever.
    Thank you so much.


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