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Making a major point

I liked the overall look but it needed some jarring accents to pull it off as an actual “painting.”

Using a thick mixture of Alizarin Crimson with a touch of Pthalocyanine Green to darken it. I started from the left adding some “florals” in the foreground area.

Even as the red dots spread out I could tell they would over power the rest of the painting.

I let the red spread a bit and then, using a clean, rinsed and blotted #8 red sable brush I lifted some light centers out of the red dots.