Hi Irina, I have often the same problem, I'm not able to stop when the painting is finished. Anyway, even if a little bit overworked, your garlic looks nice with a lovely light and reflection under it. Have a good week! Ciao.
I know the problem, Irina! :) I love the backlight in this painting!
Irina, you did a very good job with the shadows of the garlic and the reflection on the sill. It's a fun painting!
I love it! Beautiful painting.
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I can almost smell that wonderful aroma. Lovely painting.
Not many garlic paintings I have seen, this is a nice subject.. the shadow work on them is perfect.. making them look crisp.The composition is lovely too!
Irina, I love these garlic, and how did the shadow on the shining wood
I like this one Irina! Take care!
Hi Irina, I think all artists have the same problem sometimes. Not knowing when to stop. I know I have it. I have lots of paintings where I wished I had stopped a few steps earlier. Nevertheless, your garlic painting looks great. Did you slice the garlic up afterwards and cook with it?
I returned "the props" to their true owner, my mother, to her new harvest basket. But it could be good if spiced the baked potatoes and aubergines!
The Garlic pods are perfect
Thank you my dear, thank you so much!
Hi Irina, every artists has its own quirks. Yours is that you can't stop painting. Even I who can't even paint to save my life is addicted to brushstrokes. There's just a calming effect in that task.send gifts to australia