Acrylic April 2019, part 1

My very favorite online painting instructor, The Art Sherpa, came up with a fabulous idea to complete an acrylic painting every day for a month like the illustrators have with Inktober. Last year, I attempted Artober, in which I failed at painting something every day, but I’m hoping that since so many other people are doing this with me, I might make it.

So. Today is the 9th. Here are my paintings so far, which vary significantly in quality and difficulty.

Day 1. Acrylic on 8″ x 8″ fake wood panel from Michael’s. Based on an Art Sherpa tutorial.
Day 2. Acrylic on 5″ x 7″ MDF panel. Based on an Art Sherpa tutorial.
Day 3. Acrylic on 5×7 MDF panel. Based on a Ginger Cook tutorial.
Day 4. Acrylic on 8″ x 8″ MDF panel. Based on an Art Sherpa tutorial.
Day 5. Acrylic on 8″ x 8″ MDF panel. Based on a tutorial by Robin Sealark.
Day 6. Acrylic on 8″ x 8″ MDF panel. Based on an Art Sherpa tutorial.
Day 7. Acrylic on 8″ x 10″ fake wood panel from Michael’s. Based on a Ginger Cook tutorial.
Day 8. Acrylic on 8″ x 8″ MDF Panel. From an Art Sherpa tutorial.

My favorite so far is the lemons. I’ve just started doing some still lives, and I’m really liking them.

Wish me luck for getting through the rest of the month! Painting every day with a full-time job is super hard.