Last month I was on location at The Apple in Bridgetown filming Episode 2 of my 3-part surfboard painting tutorials. I’m just winding up the film editing and thought I’d post a few screen caps from the clip – I think this one’s going to be a real corker!
Massive thank you to Matt Fieldes Photography for the pro filming, The Butcher Shop for the beautiful location, Star Surf and Skate for the surfboard and Molotow Australia for the excellent paint.
Enjoying the serenity with some dish washing detergent
Background is done and I’m waxing lyrical about the merits of paint markers
Demonstrating how to mix your own colours in an empty Molotow marker to paint in the shadows on the skull
Building up the layers of shadow on the skull by incrementally adding black to the custom colour marker
Switching the tip of the marker to a brush tip lets me do some really fine line work.
The fun part! Adding in the black on the moray eel
Thanks for reading – stay tuned for the full tutorial!
If you missed it – here’s Episode 1 starring Dan Duggan:
BEHOLD! The newest edition to Fieldey TV – the catchily titled “How to paint a surfboard with spraypaint.” In two molten-hot days in the middle of summer (38ºC anyone?) Dan Duggan, Matt Fieldes and I, bravely filmed this tutorial, which turned out to be a cracker! It’s sponsored by Molotow Paint Australia, The Butcher Shop and Star Surf and Skate. Massive thanks for Matt Fieldes Photography for the quality filming.
If you’ve ever wanted to give an old surfboard a new lease on life and a lick o’ paint, then you’ll be wanting to carefully prepare it for painting. Here’s a new tutorial from my Fieldey TV YouTube channel that will show you how to do just that!
If you want more information on painting your surfboard visit my handy blog post here: How to paint a surfboard ~ Fieldey style or ask a question in the comments below.
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There’s a new (YouTube) movie in town and it goes by the thrilling title: How to do an easy retro-style stencil for your skateboard.
It stars yours truly in my first starring and talking roll. It was a pretty scary thing to actually have my face and even worse, voice on show… I’d been purposely keeping it low key and keeping my secret identity hidden behind the name “Fieldey” which must have been pretty secret since some people assumed that I was a guy. So now the cat’s outta the bag and I’m now part of the internets.
I’m planning on doing a range of quick “How to” type movies on YouTube that will cover topics like how to prepare a surfboard to paint and how to do a cool stencil on your board. If you have any ideas or things you want to see covered by me in a slightly awkward manner please leave a comment below.
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