Watercoloring the Windows at Haltom’s Jewelers, Fort Worth, Texas

Haltom's Jewelers Windows, Fort Worth, Texas

Most of this afternoon and this evening have been spent on the right-hand side of this large composition.  Therefore, I chose to crop the photo to show anyone interested in what has just been rendered.  The earlier posts show the entire painting surface.  There is still so much to be done.  I am pleased that I attempted to paint reflections and wooden blinds as seen in the windows instead of merely blacking them out, as has been my custom.  This could be one of the stronger parts of this overall painting.  Sleepiness has not yet overtaken me, so I believe I’ll stay with this one on into the night, as I have done the past two nights.  However, I’ll hold off posting until tomorrow.

Thanks for reading.  I’m starting to catch some momentum with this one.

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2 Responses to “Watercoloring the Windows at Haltom’s Jewelers, Fort Worth, Texas”

  1. lesliepaints Says:

    Awesome! Awesome windows!

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    • davidtripp Says:

      Thank you! These are the best windows I’ve ever watercolored. Hope I can keep the good stuff flowing. I’m getting tired, having spent several consecutive days noodling with this.

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