|Color Frolic/ oil on board/ 4" x 4"/ gifted|
This little painted horse kept needing more color as it progressed from a black and white to a purple, orange, and blue group of darks plus a variety of lighter colors. I wanted the little horse to be moving, so I pulled the paint through the edges. This was fun to try.
I also worked on more of the under layers for the small watercolor for Wednesday. I wanted to demonstrate the difference between warm and cool again.
The colors used were permanent rose, ultramarine blue, cobalt blue and indian yellow. Cobalt blue is a cooler blue and mixed with permanent rose makes a cooler purple. The use of the warm and cool already gives the beginning form.