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Another Descent Series piece.

 

For those who may be interested, I start with a drippy big brush sketch, then refine just enough to try and hit the sweet spot.

Published by elenacaravela

My world is a wonder of visual candy and foreboding shadow shapes vying every waking moment for my full attention.

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  1. Thank you for showing the beginning of your process when you watercolor. I like that, and would LOVE to see more of that. I use Acrylic paints and mediums and very little oils. Watercolors seem so…difficult. I envy your skill.

    1. Watercolors ARE difficult, at least when one must plan and paint tightly. That’s why I let the force take over and that is the only way watercolor works for me-spontaniously. I’ll try to take more pics while working if you enjoy the process images. Thanks so much, Crystal:)

  2. Delightful uncertainty … about to swiftly turn her face away and hug closer 🙂
    Just lovely Elena .

  3. Great to see your work again! Something happened to my blog and wasn´t receiving your posts! I love to see how each artist shows its working process, and you have a very brave way! Love it! : )

  4. It’s a magic ! what else !
    How you could foresee and finish — you know it’s not in your brain.
    It’s on the paper — how you could control.

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