“Suspended” now has some lines and some shapes.
The lesson I learned today, about oil paint, was that I either need to wait longer between layers or have more paint on my brush. There was much mixing of the background with the foreground and, thus, swearing.
Don’t worry about that carpet. It was purchased specifically to get dirty.
This is the background for an oil paint practice project that I’m doing. It’s still very much wet and it’s likely to stay that way for a while, what with being oil paint and all. I’ll have to wait a day or two before it’s dry enough for the next layer.
This was my first ever time of using a palette knife. It was exciting!
Here is a background I have randomly painted. I’m not quite sure what I’m going to paint on top of it, but I’ll think of something.
I’ve been having pangs of nostalgia lately, so I made some animated .gif’s in 16 amazing colours. (Actually, I didn’t even use all 16. Shhhh… Don’t tell anyone.)
Set this as your background in Windows 3.1 and prepare to have your mind blown!
Or, use this slight variation. It has circles!
When they were choosing the 16 colours, why didn’t they make one of them orange? Was it a hardware issue? 386′s just couldn’t process orange? They had four blues!
I think there should be a way to capitalize numbers for the beginning of sentences. That one sentence looks weird.