My second painting was personal as well - it is a scene near Joseba's old house that when I lived there in the summer, I used to pass everyday on the bike. At low tide there was always this colorful but fading boat that sat on the muddy ground with a ladder to nowhere. I can't explain why I love it so much but every time I passed it I just smiled a bit.
Since we don't live in the 'country' anymore, I decided painting this scene and hanging it in our house would be a great reminder of our wonderful days there. While I only had 4 classes (about 1.5 hours each) I am quite happy with how it turned out.
Here you have the short evolution of the painting along with the original. It's obvioiusly not going in any art exhibitions but it will hang in our home, so I think it's good enough for that :)
|Day 1 - Putting the Color|
|Day 2 - Working on the foilage and rocks|
|Day 3 - Perfecting the rocks and doing the ground|
|Day 4 - Boat Boat Boat and ground|