Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Pea Green again

The previous painting of the pea green boat niggled me a little and Sue Pownall, from Art of a Nomad, put her finger on it in a comment that the end piece didn't read well and she was right.  Its always good to have other eyes skim over work as the artist often can't see what's right in front of them.

So I removed the motor and then changed the colour to a yellower green that fit the description better for the pea green boat.  So here it is again.  I'm hoping it won't morph again, but you never know!  I've put it on Daily Paintworks and hopefully it will find a good home before I have another change of heart.


Sue Pownall said...

I was nervous about leavling my last comment, but am pleased it was helpful. Works very nicely now!

Celeste Bergin said...

I really love the austere look...a solitary boat evokes a lot of feelings. Beautiful color and texture

Jeanette said...

Input is always welcome Sue. Others can often see what I can't at times. Thank you!

Thanks Celeste, the little boat's had a bit of a makeover, but seems to be ok now.

That green was tricky and I really have a mental block about greens that I need to get over. I should be put in the corner and made to create pages of green variances! :)