Monday, January 30, 2012

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Flores de la ventana #2

Pour #2

For the second pour, I have now masked out the next lightest value. 
Then I poured yellow and red around my focal point (the window box) , yellow and blue where the trees are in the back , blue in sky, and some blue and red up in the corner. 
The last thing I did was paint in some darker red pigment where the flowers are.
This is the result of  pour #2 after it has dried.


Crystal Cook said...

This is looking so gorgeous Leslie. I'm always amazed at how ALIVE pouring watercolors looks. :)))

Studio at the Farm said...

Leslie, the colors are absolutely glowing! I look froward to the next steps ...

Leslie Redhead Watercolors said...

Thank you Crystal. That means so much to me. Your paintings have such incredible light and color. I am impressed by how much you accomplish.
Kathryn, thank you. I appreciate all the comments you make and enjoy viewing all your beautiful creations as well.

Steven said...

I don't know how your mind can think that far ahead.... it's like playing chess!?

Leslie Redhead Watercolors said...

Wow Steven! Never thought of myself as a chess player but I guess you could say that it is a bit like that. Both require skill and imagination.

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