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Standing Up, Part II

 

Yeah, I just needed more time to get used to the standing thing. I don't even think of it now.

And I changed some colors. Cadmium orange, pyrrole red, cobalt turquoise, and yellow ochre. Kept the turquoise - didn't want to give up on it. I realized sometime last night in my sleep that muted colors would work better. Tone it down was my waking thought... seemed right anyway.

Palettes always fascinate me after I'm done with them. This is about 30 minutes in... amazing the colors you can derive from just a few simple paints.

Thus far, here I stand...

It's better than yesterday. The colors flow better. I'll tackle more tomorrow.

 


by Brett Rogers, 1/6/2009 9:56:38 PM
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