Thank you all for your nice comments.
I carefully added colour to bring out the shapes as they emerged.
Thank you, Brad. We’re artists, aren’t we? We colour the world as we like it. 🙂
Really good article. Very encouraging.
I love this challenge. When I looked at this picture it said “pink”. If I look at it another day it could be completely different. I love to play with colours. 🙂
I’m curious to see your comments to this one.
When sitting down to paint after work, I often just wet the paper and let colours flow (to switch off). Sometimes I see things later on. Here I could clearly see the face, the tail and the butterfly. So this is what ce out of it.
Well, who cares about the colour – mine is pink-purplish (or something like that) 😉
Another great one, Robert.
i love his face. Well done.
The problem was that the second wash ‘washed’ the underlying red all over the place….
Where are my apples gone???
They will surely keep the doctor away, your apple look so yummy. Great job, especially for a ‘very’ quick one.
Sure you can say who your inspiration was. Isn’t this part of the copyright requirement anyway? I think we’re not allowed to post other tutorial links.
Is that right, Martin?
Nice paintings, David.
Sounds like we’re having the same problems. I’ve used new paper too and have the same problems …
This is really beautiful.
Welcome, Judy. The main thing is to have fun. We have all kind of levels in our group and everyone is very supportive. So, join in and have fun.