Here’s a compilation of paintings from the session, quickly photoshopped.
Using up the orange Farrow and Ball tester pot, a colour named Charlotte’s Locks.
Each separate figure took around 15mins.
This my well be worked on. As usual the thought was to energise the reclining pose, transforming it from slumber to a broiling seascape.
I’ve taken reference photography on the material not the model: that would not be the done thing.
A quick seated pose with ribbon, which helps show the lateral forms.
Notice the time of night. 15 mins.
A close up of the portrait.
This has since been worked on and is now in a little exhibition at a local café. 15 mins.
Mr Skellington on a ground of aluminium primer. Made before the class started. 20mins.