Oh Happy Day!

It finally got up to 75°F (24°C) today which is about the coolest temp I dare to pour my paint backgrounds for Sky Pads (this one is #28). The cooler it gets, the less the paint wants to separate out into patterns, and I want patterns. It was also a bit windy today, so while the paint was drying various critters and leaf litter floated onto the scene. The signs of their presence will stay there, as it’s my home-made rule not to change anything even if I don’t care for it.

So here’s the poured background and the drawing which will go over it as soon as it’s dry enough to take a light pen drawing without smearing. The drawing took me forever, so it was good that I did it while I had plenty of time waiting for this first good outdoor day. We’ll see how I feel about painting the drawing’s complexity as we go along. I’ll let you all imagine how the two will fit together. I looked at the canvas right side up and upside down and decided that the way I’ve published it is the way it will be. Probably.

About Alli Farkas

Equine and landscape artist specializing in rural Americana
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3 Responses to Oh Happy Day!

  1. anne leueen says:

    I am looking forward to seeing this as it develops. Your process is always interesting.

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  2. rangewriter says:

    Look forward to seeing how this comes together. Love the colors.

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  3. Nancy Powers says:

    I love those colors, too! Waiting to see more, but I think I can catch up on Facebook. 🙂

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