Turquoise clock

A little step-by-step of a fancy copper clock, attached to the corner of a building

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2 thoughts on “Turquoise clock

  1. Love it! Wish there were even more steps. For example, did you lay down the purple first as wet on wet, then add the blues and greens wet on wet after the purple dried? When you went back with the purple to define that shadow line, was that also wet on wet?

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    • The first layer of purple and turquoise was wet in wet but mostly due to impatience and not letting it dry. The final shadow on the left was on fully dry paper. In general just winging it and nothing ever turns out as I planned :) must remember to take more progress photos in future!

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