Yay! Peter, you may actually beat me to the finish line. I too have only bits to do on my last squirrel and then a few touch ups here/there and I'll call it "done".We'll both sit back and feel quite happy I'm sure. I LOVE the rock work you've done and I can appreciate (it being watercolor) how much has gone into it. Mr. Wallaby seems almost ready to jump out of the painting!
Colette, I can't believe you haven't finished your squirrel painting. Come to think of it, I can't believe it's taking me so long to finish this one! Oh, and it's acrylic - watercolour is for masochists.
I could swear that looked like watercolor! Oh and I guess I'm masochistic. I use watercolors like they're acrylics...have a look here (http://www.colettetheriault.com/descriptions/paint1description/redfoxdescription.php), you'll see what I mean. That fox was pretty brutal in terms of eye strain with each little hair (took over 40hrs).I absolutely LV the new detail on the rocks on your most recent post. It's just going to be fab all the way!
Colette, you use watercolours like they're acrylics and I use acrylics like they're watercolours! Your fox would certainly tested your patience - and your eyesight - it's incredibly detailed.
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