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Hmmm . . . looks like Bentley has found some pretty pansies.
The pansies would look nice on the tea pot!!!
Now that we found our inspiration, let's paint a tea pot and tea cup using the pansies.
First, I sketch the drawing. For the beginners following my process, you are welcome to copy my drawing.
Next I base coat the tea pot and tea cup and add the shadow behind the tea cup. I always like to use a blue or lavender to base coat and then start building up the white.
The next step is to lightly paint in the pansies to get a feel for what the painting will look like. Since I do not have a tea pot and cup in a pansy pattern, I just painted the flowers where I feel they would have been on the china.
I like to compare the finished painting to the flowers for color and form. In this painting, I painted the flowers much lighter since they are on china.
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