Muddy Is Good. Day 17, #stradaeasel Challenge.
The Set Up.
To begin with, today’s still life set up was gray. What to do? Just thinking; all that gray.
As I pondered what colors to combine to create my gray, muddy color, I looked at my palette. It is rather dirty and probably ought to be cleaned off.
But, wait, why not find my gray here?
So, that’s what I did: touch paint here, mix paint there and, voila, I have warm gray (brownish) mud or cool, bluish gray mud.
Mud next to mud can be lovely, I think.
Still Muddy Palette.
I must say, it was fun. However, my palette is still not clean; it rarely is. Maybe tomorrow I’ll give it a clean. Or not. I may need a muddy palette again!
Catch Up Time: Day 9.
Keeping with the theme of tea, I’d like to share the study for Day 9 of the #stradaeasel challenge.
The title reminds me of a computerized tee time call in system for golf courses my husband developed back in the 1990s. It was called the “Tee Timer”.