Here are couple responses to yesterday's Dose:
"Okay, I guess we all got in trouble for not sending you titles. haha"
"So you're really going to shame us into coming up with titles???"
Haha! I love it! Makes me feel powerful. However, the majority of you remain shameless. <very angry face emoji here>
The ones that have already come in are awesome! I will share them with you tomorrow, as I am waiting for a couple more that have promised to get titles to me tonight. But I haven't heard from you or you or you or you. Pfffft.
Anyway, back to me answering to you instead of the other way around! I need to let the oil paintings I've created dry in time to ship them home, so I'm starting to experiment with some non-oil media, including acrylics and india ink. Also, I'm trying out different substrates, including canvas, watercolor paper and yupo (plastic) paper. It's very early to say if any of this will be successful. I'm not very good at just playing around; I like to know how it's going to end up. When I was purchasing some supplies at the art store, the clerk said "Oh, experimenting is so much fun!" I said, "Really? I find it so intimidating." I confess, though, I have enjoyed it so far. See pics below.
In finishing up with oils, I had one painting that simply had not cooperated, so decided to just scrape it down and do something with it when I get home. However, once I started scraping it, I liked it! So in the spirit of experimentation, I painted and scraped and painted and scraped until I liked it a LOT. See what you think.
I was delighted to hear back from some of you that you agree with my lasagna analysis! Not from a vegetarian viewpoint (although there's nothing wrong with that), but simply a foodie one. :D
Bravely Going Where People Have Gone Before