Again love the light and movement – in real life, this is more mauve than red but I give up re the scanning. Atelier forest green and Winsor Newton winsor blue applied fairly lightly and sort of scratched on. The swipe is Winsor Newton quinacridone red violet and titanium white.
Again, using my fingers and loving the feel. Not sure why I stopped using my fingers, because I do love feeling what I am doing. This is Atelier indigo with Golden teal and Indian yellow.
I started using my fingers to move the paint around and it feels so good. This is lovely and light. Reeves pale olive, Atelier quinacridone red violet and Reeves pale powder blue.
The light in this pleases me so much. Atelier forest green and Winsor Newton winsor blue, with Daler Rowney purple and a lot of white.
This is one of my favourites – I love the texture, smearing of the colours, the way the colours have mixed etc. Atelier indigo and titanium white, brushed on thinly, with Golden teal and Indian yellow.
This is dark but I really like it, in real life it’s a bit less mauve, a bit more red. Atelier indigo and titanium white, with Atelier quinacridone violet and Golden teal.
I love this – the mark making and colours make me happy. Daler Rowner purple, Atelier quinacridone red violet and titanium white, Atelier arylamide yellow deep.
This is a poor scan, the original is much less red and more subtle in the transitions. On the other hand, 68 days in I’m starting to get back to the mark making that I love and somehow lost. This is Atelier indigo and titanium white in the background, with Atelier quinacridone red violet, and Golden teal with titanium white.
I like the colours in this, and the way the blue is graduated. This is Daler Rowney purple with Winsor Newton winsor blue and titanium white.
This is a variation on one I tried earlier, and sort of liked, but the original was too dark. This is Atelier burnt sienna with Winsor Newton winsor blue and titanium white. I like how this turned out.