Thursday, June 18, 2020


In an attempt to get rid of the yellow cast on the upper right hand corner of the case, I got confused about which colors to use. Payne's Gray? Gris Froid? Ivory Black? My friend S. is right; I should always write down the combination of colors I use on every painting for future reference. So, I botched it today; the paint was either too warm or too cool and I can't remember what I used on it the last time. Plus, the blending is difficult. You get to the end of a long stroke, and when you go back to the start of the blend, you've got a color value on the brush that's either too light or too dark. So now it looks streaky.

In Case Of Emergency, © 2020, work in progress (click on image for larger view)
And on top of everything else, that upper right hand corner— on which I used straight out of the tube Titanium White— STILL looks yellow.

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