This is my second critique. In this critique Dan discusses the danger of white paint and that chalkiness we all love so much. I thought his comments were very helpful. In this painting, I was trying to get away with not scraping off painted areas I wasn’t happy with. What I learned from this is that 1. It would have been faster in the long run just to scrape 2. some things can’t be fixed and need to be redone from scratch and that is OK! All in all, I was happy with the critique and thankful he didn’t mention that the chalky plum looked like a fanny. Thanks Dan.
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