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You did good! I can just imagine the expletives at the time of the accident--at least if you are anything like me. I think it was important that you shared the fact that you had an accident with us. It is rarely talked about--that kind of nitty gritty, I mean. I don't see any videos on YouTube while an accident is happening. Rare info, and I appreciate it.
How the heck do you paint those small chairs and make them look good? What size is your rigger brush? I ordered a couple from rosemary. Size 1 and 2 red sables I think
... they are already dropping quite a few hairs...
I am watching and enjoying the progress. You have already painted the side window of our room. I'll point it out later.
I've been hanging out to see this progress. It's looking good to me @PaulB. Don't worry about the stripes on the umbrellas. I can't even see them in the photo on your easel above. I'd like to see you do the water in the harbor next so we get more context surrounding the buildings. This would also tie the lower half of the picture in with the sea at the top.I must be patient.
can you paint in the lagoon with some drier added so you won't worry about your hand later?
When you have completed this painting, will you "step into it" and rent an apartment? It is so realistic and with some parts painted and other parts empty it gives me almost a surrealistic feeling! Great work !
I do like your red umbrellas with the green roof.
Could I ask you what brushes you’re using to get such fine detail ?
... we could see this city, which name has disappeared in my mind.
Do you have a spot on the wall open for this one?
Filling in the water seems to make it all fall into place.