Monday, November 17, 2008
The Louvre, WIP
I had a few hours to paint yesterday, so I continued on the Louvre painting. The progression here spans about three hours. Pretty slow going compared to little landscape paintings that sometimes seem to just burst out the brush. (And sometimes not)
I am sort of going all over the place, but in general top to bottom and center out. No particular reason except that I wanted to resolve the most complex and intricate part first.
Here I finally reach the ground plane, and I just quickly cover it with the same tan colors of the building. It'll end up a little different - sightly cooler I think.
Now that I have (almost) the entire surface covered, I'll go more into smaller shapes and variations. But I don't know when I'll have time for that. Maybe after Thanksgiving.
Posted by Terry Miura at 5:48 AM