When you compare the previous post of Painting A Seascapewith this one you will notice the addition of more details in the painting. I have added the chairs, the beach cottage and more textures like the rocks and sand. I step back often and look at the painting from a distance to compare values and to see where I can improve the painting. This particular beach in Long Island Sound has sand that has a red/pink color in areas along the shore and I have included that in this painting. Look for similar details in your art work to create more interest.
New Seascape Sketch from P.J Cook!
March 31, 2009
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I guess artists look at things much differently.
You see I doubt that I would have noticed the colours in the sand.
Artists must have more attention to detail than most.
Thanks for following along with this painting, I will have the finished photo soon.