“The richness I achieve comes from Nature, the source of my inspiration.” -Claude Monet
Tags: a painting a day. shanti Marie, animals, one stroke painting, shanti marie
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Just one color, straight from the tube as it were, or a combination on the brush? what color/colors? It reminds me of the way Japanese Sumi-e ink paintings are done. Oil or acrylic or watercolor?
The brush is double loaded with dark Sepia on one side and burnt sienna on the other… where it isn’t so dark it is just the burnt sienna.
There is another color Daniel Smith makes and it is scarlet burnt sienna it is a little brighter and a tad redder which would also work. This is watercolor.
Thank for your comments
wow….its a beauty
I love this, well done
This is a very good work. Thank you so much for sharing. Such simplicity with a lot of talent.
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