Since it takes me fifteen to thirty plus hours to complete some paintings, I figured who would be better to choose to lecture on how to get through it quick. Say you have a database that crunches the numbers and now because of having chosen to attempt to give the ultimate visual representation of light filled reality to my spouse because I love her so very much, my average time for a painting has gone up to ... incredible heights. Then it's time for speed painting to bring the average back down to survivable levels.
I'll call this one Redwoods, again another in this theme series,. This one was again begun on an acrylic (near) black background. This is after three hours of acrylic.
Just a little more with oils. The finished piece at left doesn't look substantially different, except for the tree trunks, though I suspect the main reason for that is that the initial acrylic developed quickly early on, probably due to a favorable distribution of light and dark.
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