12.04.18 - 10:57❤ 1003 commentsAwesome to see your process!Delicious studio space...Would it be alright to ask why do you cover the other areas?Focus@atticusjerry it helps me focus on cropped areas of the image, and also reduces the reflective glare from the studio lights. This was very useful working on earlier paintings that had lots of white areas. It was like staring at the sun’s reflection on snow.@joshkeyes.art does the hanging lamp aid in prolonging the life of the paint?@brian_s_gordon 😊@joshkeyes.art 🤓🧠🙏🏻🚀What king of bulbs do you paint under? Cfl's? @joshkeyes.artSmart!So cool to get peek at your methods. Thanks!Work space pics! 👍😎I would love to see you work live one day!Tricks and Tips! 🙏🏻I’m guessing you’re using oil, how do you put that paper down without it messing up your work?@tywhittington oils would be messy with the paper, I use golden acrylicsThe method behind the madness!!! Excellent.@edstudios22 cree LED daylight 65w, uses only 9.5 watts 💡@joshkeyes.art thanks josh. See ya in portland soon.If you had to choose between acrylics and oil, at this point and related with what you’ve been painting lately, which one would you prefer?♥️♥️ @joshkeyes.art Have you tried the Golden Open series?@lstalions I have, and sometimes I break them out when I need to do serious blending@limendoux I like the drying time of acrylics, and though oils (in my opinion look amazing, superior depth and luminosity than acrylics) I have an allergic reaction to them and the solvents.@joshkeyes.art Ditto. I’m still early on in learning to paint so I’m slow as lol. Open series is fantastic.@joshkeyes.art thank you, your art is beautiful.@joshkeyes.art wow that lols.. I wonder how many people in the world are artists and allergic to oils.. Not many for sure.. I always wondered why you paint with acrylics and not oils..