Wednesday, December 24, 2014


Here is a trial run for the 30 paintings in 30 days challenge starting in January, This is the third time I will be doing this challenge with a group of 300+ artists all around the world. Feels incredible to be part of it and everytime I do it, I have gotten better in my technique.
This time I have decided to stick to 6 x 6 inches, small canvas board. The theme is going to be fruits and vegetables. I will challenge myself with different colors, slices and wedges as I go along.
For the trial run, I did a backlit Tomato. The trial run was to get an estimate on the approx time I will need to allocate for this exercise. It took me 2 hours to do this, which means I should set aside that much time daily. 
Lighting makes a lot of difference when viewing the painting. The first version of picture is taken under normal daylight in a shadow area. The second version is under studio light - both warm and cool light being used when I paint.
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Tomato - 6 x 6 inches, Oil on Canvas Panel (daylight)

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Tomato - 6 x 6 inches. Oil on Canvas Panel (studio light)

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