Great process photos. You should try iMovie to make a timelapse.
thanks carol. i love watching the progression.
Cool process photos, I'm looking forward to you learning the know-how to make a fancy movie. That would be fun to watch. great work,Best,Todd
I like your still pictures better than a fancy movie.
Great photos. I haven't worked in oils in over 10 years and it's harder than I remember. I'm learning so much from your blog. Thanks!
Your pieces, this on notwithstanding, have enormous life to them, Carol. Always excited to see your next one and what you do!Mike
Carol,I have been enjoying following your paintings for several months now. I appreciated your idea for re-directing turp/oil fumes out of the room--- an idea valuable for all of us, not just for kids. I also appreciated how you have chosen to share a little about your personal life and your mother/stepmom blog....good for you!One thing I find myself wishing is to be able to see your work larger for it's brushstroke value. The click-on seems to make it only slightly bigger, not dramatically bigger, and it's worth seeing the brushstrokes up close, esp. since you've been enjoying that great new brush, n'est pas? Congratulations and kudos on all your fine work!God bless,Mona
Thank you for the clear photos of your process!
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