HAPPY HALLOWEEN ACEO
So, the lack of sleep lately seems to have brought out a darker side. Or maybe the darkness just makes it easier to sleep.
This is a piece I shall call MULTI-TASKING. See, I was doing the standard art class thing and painting a skull some decomposed dude was nice enough to model. While letting bits of it dry, I wanted to work on watercolor shading. Hence, the blobs. It's all on the same page because, well, I had the room and didn't feel like ripping it out just yet.
Next, I've got three aceos up:
I decided he was at sea, mainly because I over-squirted the blues for a different painting.
She potteried it herself. I made up the environment in which it sits.
I don't like the drapery it sits on; I was doing well with wrinkled fabrics recently. I must have taken it for granted. I like the flowers, though. And even though you can't really tell what it is, I like the way the stems look in the jar.
I especially like the happy accident with the trees in the background. I'm going to play around with that style for a bit, I think.