Every time I paint I learn something. This time I learned some new tricks with different brushes and mediums and also about how much easier it is to paint in a good mood than a bad one. I painted the radishes for last week’s Daily Paintworks challenge, “Paint your vegetables.” It is available there on my new Daily Paintworks page.
I painted the radishes over Sunday’s painting of cucumbers that didn’t work because of my bad composition (or my bad mood when I was painting it) not sure which. I liked the lemon slice in the painting so I took a photo before I scraped off the panel for reuse. Here is the happy little corner of the painting with the lemon slice (and without the two big ugly cukes at the top):
And here is the promised Still Life With Cat, shot when I put the radishes back in the fridge and silly Busby decided my still life light box would make a nice kitty sauna.
I’d probably look grouchy too if someone tried to take a picture of me in the sauna!
5 replies on “Happy Boy Radishes in Oil (Paint) and Still Life with Cat”
I’m waiting to see your cat portrait!
The radishes look good enough to eat.
Your radishes rock! And the cat’s pretty cool, too!
These paintings are fabulous. It looks as though you are enjoying the colors; they are so vivid.
And that’s a very cute picture of the helpful cat.
“Mom – I’m a model too!”
Silly boy. 🙂