Young Victorian Girl.
Alright. I have started another painting finally. I am taking a whole other approach to this painting. Usually I draw in the lines then block in the paint. This time - I drew in some lines that had no real shape and then I under painted in some dark areas. the under painting took me about ten min. As you can see I have three sets of rocks. One to the right and left and then along the bottom. I am basing this off of a Frederick J. Waugh painting. Its one of his lay outs. Anyways. I am pretty excited to see how this turns out. So far so good. The thing that I am paying most attention to in this project is my perspective. I am not usually good with it and so I am paying EXTRA close attention. :) Already started with the shapes of the rocks.
Large SeaScape: This painting I actually started last summer. I only painted the sky then stopped. Then I picked it back up again two months ago and finished it within three or four days. I worked a lot on the water.
My Castle Painting: This painting here was me practicing to let go. Not really care about certain things. I just wanted to have fun with it. I had found this new green that I fell mad for and I really showed it off in this painting. I learned a few things during this process so I had fun. It was well worth all the van dyke brown and viridian. :) Oh. I guess now you know what I used for that green!