That big frame on the box easel is actually my palette. The colors are laid out at the start of a session in a pre determined order. The empty squares on the palette in the second row are for Sanden's Pro-mix portrait colours. I mixed up two of them last week in bulk and am keeping them in jars (with a smear of Oil of Cloves in the lid- which seems to be working well). So after this exercise is over, I'll be going back to pre mixing the rest of the colors and doing more color mixing exercises using Sanden's portrait colors.
Oh, I've also deemed the hen painting finished :) It sat in the studio for a few weeks, untouched, and then I just looked at her one day and thought she's done. I'm linking with Palette & Paint (P&P), it's our 20th party, if you'd like to join in please do, just snap a photo of your palette and paint (and your paintings too) and link up here.
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