Pet Portrait Dog process… #7

With the yellow resist, the portrait can become deceptive when the dog has so much yellow hue in him. Things can become confusing. I  keep applying more of the color as I see it. Gradually this process brings Hurley to life on the page. With the majority of the large area washes done, it is now time to remove the mastik and reveal the results! Then I can really see how I want to go about placing final detail touches.6 last of mastik


PLEASE VOTE TODAY!!! I entered this watercolor in the Dick Blick Art Supplies, “Pet Portrait” competition. Here is a link to my entry, please vote for me starting May 23rd (Mon) thru May 30th (Mon). They allow one vote each day. The person with the most votes could win an art supply package worth $350 along with the kudos of the notoriety of the win. We all know how much artist’s love art supplies!

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An artist with realistically surreal colorful style in the Inland Pacific Northwest, Valerie Woelk.

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