Pet Portrait Dog process… #9

Softening the golden tip of his now by adding light washes to make the transformation much more gradual really smoothes out his snout. His nose is washed in red tone then darkened around those fabulous gleaming wet nose dots along the top edge. I love the way the light catches that texture there. His tongue is pinkified more and his lower lip darkened. His eyes are detailed.

8 softeningPLEASE VOTE TODAY!!! I entered this watercolor in the Dick Blick Art Supplies, “Pet Portrait” competition. Here is a link to my entry, please vote for me starting May 23rd (Mon) thru May 30th (Mon). They allow one vote each day. The person with the most votes could win an art supply package worth $350 along with the kudos of the notoriety of the win. We all know how much artist’s love art supplies!

Author: artist

An artist with realistically surreal colorful style in the Inland Pacific Northwest, Valerie Woelk.

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