Underpainting Continued



At every stage of a painting, the painting has to be able to appear as if finished. It is easier to correct any mistakes at this stage, since the thin Umber layer can still be wiped out. Since this underpainting has still ways to go, I continue to block in paint starting with the largest areas first and working my way to the details.

I have been working more on the bracelet and the headdress as well

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