This is a blog about painting: specifically, representational fine art, generally, using oil paint. I think a lot about what I'm doing, and those thoughts about subject matter, technique, influences, frustrations and delights all show up here. It's all about the journey.
Monday, November 19, 2018
This Will Look Better Next Time
After sanding the surface, I began to repaint the sunset sky. There were still little grains of paint debris, though; the new Gamblin Radiant White has the sexiest consistency of any paint I've ever used; luscious, sensual, almost like heavy whipped cream, so I hope they're not from the Gamblin. I'll have to test it on a blank panel with a new, clean brush to find out.
Anyway, a couple of interruptions broke my concentration so I stopped before finishing, but the sky's coming along fairly well. Next time I should be able to get the blends finished.