Tyler Joseph painted portrait

Tyler Joseph’s portrait ended up being really fun and rather fast to put together. This portrait is painted using oils on a 30″x30″x1″ stretched cotton duck canvas. The background color is a neutral gray palette that utilized more blue tones to separate it from the foreground. His face and hands were created using an ivory black and titanium white monochrome palette. His red beanie utilized a vast array of reds yellows to achieve the various color range. The painting was finished by sealing it with a gloss varnish. 

Check the blog for a detailed account of the painted process! 

Tyler Joseph painted portrait progress
Tyler Joseph painted portrait progress

Josh Dun

Drummer

Josh Dun painted portrait

Josh Dun’s portrait was a challenge. Trying to capture the essence of him without him being in a “performance face” was difficult.  Like the portrait of Tyler Joseph, this portrait is painted using oils on a 30″x30″x1″ stretched cotton duck canvas. The background color is a neutral gray palette that utilized more blue tones to separate it from the foreground. His face was created using an ivory black and titanium white monochrome palette. His red hair utilized a vast array of reds yellows to achieve the various color range. The painting was finished by sealing it with a gloss varnish. Check the blog for a detailed account of the process!

Josh Dun painted portrait progress
Josh Dun painted portrait progress