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Our class assignment today was to reproduce "Morning Cyclist" by artist Fealing Lin.

Here is a sequence of my work on the subject today:

Sky

sky

Yes, I'm painting it upside down :) so the paint runs the way I want it to, and not down into the space for the buildings.

Foreground

foreground

Buildings

sunny edges of buildings

First I tipped the edges where the buildings are reflecting the rising sun.

buildings

After the yellow dried, I painted in the building area. Underneath I had a beautiful layer of tourquoise, but forgot to capture it. You can still see it in part, mainly the rider's head and shoulders. It adds to the glazing over the buildings quite a bit.

Final

final

The final version, which I'm quite happy with.

My utmost thanks to Ms. Lin for providing such a stunning inspiration to play with.

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Started in on another painting, this one of some astrolameria blossoms we had a few months back. 3 stages of progress:

Stage 1: Background leaves



[painting] astros, wip, stage 1

Stage 2: Background petals



[painting] astros, wip, stage 2


Stage 3: Continuing with petals



[painting] astros, wip, stage 3

I'm obviously not done yet, but thought I'd toss this up in case anyone has some thoughts.

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