It took over an hour this morning to clean up some areas on Evening Star; two fine lines in blue around the edge of the sign, straightening the edge of the flashing on the overhang (where it meets the facade), and blending from light to dark on the upper part of the building on the right side of the sign.
I'd wanted to work on the letters, but with the edge of the sign wet, I couldn't get in there without smearing. Next time.
Meanwhile, I did some blocking in on the next 3 panels in the America series. Why is it called blocking in? It seems like that should be a term reserved for squarish strokes. Anyway: if Ieva or Jeff or Eddie or Jose tunes in to this post, pleased be assured that the way you look in the pieces right now is very roughly painted, and will be refined!
But here are the new Americans:
Ieva, © 2017, (America series) work in progress (click on image for larger view)
In particular, I had some trouble with this one. The tunic should be a brilliant, bright turquoise, and in my frustration, I wiped away some of the initial color. That's what the streakiness is from.
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