The hardest part is now drying

Soon to be under some other layers

OK, word(s) of warning: 1) don’t look at the previous post and expect the colors to be the same; first one photographed in daylight, this one in halogen light. This one is a little closer to reality. And 2) as usual this lovely image will soon be under a lot more paint, as is normal for the Sky Pads series. However, it will not, if I can contain myself, be almost completely obliterated as some of the previous ones have been.

So, hang in there, hold on to your hat, and we’ll see what happens.

About Alli Farkas

Equine and landscape artist specializing in rural Americana
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1 Response to The hardest part is now drying

  1. Emma Cownie says:

    I often try and push on and finish a smallish painting in one go but sometimes its really useful to let parts dry overnight to paint over the next day. Its a funny business. I try not to look at the painting too much in the mean time because I might develop an idea in my head what it will turn out like and it invariably turns out differently. With large paintings that take several days, this can be quite a problem for me.

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