There is a lot of work going on at once, but it's a good way to work out details, remember how you painted the beak or which colors you consistently use on a Scarlet Macaw or a Toucan's beak. Little details may change, but the colors should remain fairly consistent I think.
Getting the details right on the Toucans Beak, and making sure the parrots look shaped and have dimension. Using the Peacock feathers as a foil for the Toucan, and using the pattern of the Peacock shoulder to add texture, interest, and muted contrast to the bright beak. I love painting birds!!!
|Starting to Really Take Shape!|
It is now time to close up shop to go to sleep, get some rest perhaps to dream of new paintings
or just to travel the universe on wings and enjoy the wonder of it all. Good night dear readers.
Write when I get work!
Finish Me ....Finish Me Help me to become alive, all the paintings call out to me to be next in line. So much art, so many ideas, so many living souls crying out to be finished and completed. My subjects are always clamoring to be next, and I am their slave.