16 x 20
Medusa is complete, even if I can't get a great photo of it. The combination of coloured pencil and a black surface make for technical difficulties, even with PS editing. I'll keep working on it, but you get the general idea of it.
The tinkering part of me wonders if I should add some specks of detritus floating in the water as there tends to be particles in deeper water instead of being crystal clear. The sensible part of me slaps my hand away and says leave it alone. And I will let it sit for a few days and see if anything rears its head when I next see it.
I used an online framing program MatoMatic, to test some frame and mat colours. I like to have some idea of what I want before going to a framing shop and this program allows me to try out different ideas at no cost. It also gives art collectors an opportunity to see how a piece will look when framed, when making a decision to purchase online.
I'm taking a short break from the blog to catch up on my final gyotaku pieces and work on some marketing and planning for the workshop.