Painting Class Pose 3. Day 2

Once again, my focus is getting the value correct, what is darkest, what is lightest. The cloth on the couch needs more development as well as the plaster bust on the right side of the painting. Other concerns? The drawing of the lamp will need a fix on Saturday. I’ve yet to work out a reliable way to shoot my still wet, rather glossy paintings without a huge glare or distorting angles. Again, the details – an oil painting on an 18×24 stretched canvas using a limited (blue-black, vermillion, yellow ochre and titanium white) palette.

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