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perfect, just perfect fox
I don't know about perfect...but I like painting foxes.
"Inspiration is highly overated, if you sit around and wait for the clouds to part, it's not liable to ever happen. More often than not, work is salvation" Chuck Close
These must be the brushes when you work on canvas. Great!!!! Very beautiful red fox.
I actually did this in a similar way that I would do a painting...except I didn't have to scrape my palette clean when I finished. Foxes are very paintable.
Glad to know that every step here resemble your canvas drawings.
Do I have to scrape the palette after I draw with oil color, too? I thought it would be in creamy texture all the time since it is so hard to dry.
Its a good idea to scrape it clean right after you finish, just for that reason, since its much easier to clean off while its still soft. It will get hard after a few days if you get lazy (like I do sometimes), then you really have to scrape. I use a 1/4" thick piece of glass as a palette sometimes. Otherwise I mostly use sheets of white cooking parchment paper that I clip on a board.I buy rolls of it, Very cheap, yet very durable, and I can just toss it out when I'm done. Much cheaper than palette paper from the art store.I recommend it to everybody. I'm in a much drier climate than you, so paint probably dies faster here. If I use it right from the tube, with no medium, as I usually do, a canvas usually will be dry to the touch in 4 days to a week. I talk to much. Probably way more than you wanted to know. I hope you are painting with blazing brushes soon. You will be great !
You are so very kind. This is great. Really great information.
Yes, I live in very humid zone. Oh...so hot. Yayyy! I have the cooking parchment paper left from my cookies project. Now it can be useful with something.
Urgggg ..... so excited to do it. Nooooo....you didn't talk too much. I'll inform you when I finish my oil painting. Please be my commentator.