Tulips For You
4 monthes ago - By Linda Hunt Fine Art
Awww the tulips were in the grocery store ad I couldn't resist. I bought the creamiest ones I could find....12"x 12"...canvas....oil.... .......I am reminded over and over again just how important the initial layout of a painting is. Accurate, yet loose drawing in the beginning and then establishing your pattern of values. I have been using Vermilion and Alizarin Crimson to to the drawing and light washes of values. I like this because the color is easily absorbed into the painting. I purposefully kept the color range narrow. It is funny where one finds inspiration for a color scheme. I...
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