1.7.15

Behind my shoulders ❖ Those Heavens!

Watercolor by Olga Peregood. Fragment
I am glad to share next subject for my "Behind My Shoulders" topic with you on my blog! Your e-mails, "Likes" on my Twitter and Instagram and nice comments force me to continue.

In new painting I want to show you that sometime painting is ready just from one session compare to previous watercolor step-by-step "Spring Joy" which has 8 stages and still in process.

The Heavens. Here. Are. Amazing.
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Painting colors of sunsets in my countryside.

Behind my shoulders ❖ Those Heavens! ❖ Day 1 ❖ Stage 1
Watercolor by Olga Peregood. Still wet

My beautiful color wash is completely dry. Exactly what I aimed to achieve! I am so happy with that.

Behind my shoulders ❖ Those Heavens! ❖ Day 1 ❖ Stage 1
Watercolor by Olga Peregood. Completely dry layer
Behind my shoulders ❖ Those Heavens! ❖ Day 1 ❖ Stage 2
Watercolor by Olga Peregood. Adding landscape with cling wrap
Behind my shoulders ❖ Those Heavens! ❖ Day 1 ❖ Stage 2
Watercolor by Olga Peregood. Fragment. Removing cling wrap
Actually for this painting the most time I was waiting until my painting was drying rather than moving my brushes!
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behind my shoulders topic by Olga Peregood

Behind My Shoulders

Is favorite topic on my blog where I am sharing how I paint in real timeline and in real stages in process.

In "Behind My Shoulders" I am painting just for myself. Not for demonstrations, tutorials, not for my paintings to be sold, where I haven't limits in time, deadlines, exhibition dates, etc. There truly I am painting.

In my studio I usually have 10-20 paintings in developing process. Usually I am working on several from them at one session. For "Behind My Shoulders" in blog I publish just one painting on purpose. So my readers might follow me and figure out how the painting develops in real timeline in stages.

On my tutorials you can see how painting magically appears just in 30 minutes! I don`t want to deceive my viewers as for filming process I should speed up, also film goes through editing process with cutting.
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