Liqueur and Clementine
8"x6" oil on canvas panel
Available at Yarmouth Frame and Gallery
Drawing into the yellow ochre background with the wipe out tool, zoom in to get a better view
First thin color block-in
Second pass with color
When painting a glass object, it can be hard to capture the small changes in value between the glass, edges, and background if you do your drawing in dark-ish paint, like I usually do. that problem can be solved by using an initial under painting that matches the value of the background, and drawing into it using a wipe out tool, like the one made by Kemper.
Thanks to Robert Abele for showing me this method!
Bobbi - Painter. Sketcher. Teacher. Boat and Dog Lover.