Well, I played around with the onions and peppers and messed it up. So I just kept going and really messed it up! What the heck, I'm posting it here.
Tomorrow, I'm going to work on the project that Don West suggested in his comments on the first onion and pepper posting. I'll post the best ones.
It's Good Friday here, a holiday and while I didn't paint the entire day, I did paint. And also read a lot about capturing light from Betty Carr's book, "Seeing the Light". (Though you can't really tell that I learned much from looking at the shadows here.)So, here it is, in all it's embarrassment!
You know, if you keep it really small, it could look kind of good. If you squinted lots. lol Small like this:
Have a good holiday!
Saturday's note: the more I look at this, the more it grows on me. The background could look good if I'd used different colours, I think. I loaded the brush with two colours to do this. (A suggestion made for doing the 5 x 7 loosening up studies.) I should have done the background in browns rather than greens. In for a penny, in for a pound - maybe I'll just glaze over with some browns and play around some more........