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I am working on the first layer of the balloon. The rope anchoring the balloon to the basket will be the colors of a rainbow.
I will be leaving the foreground and the background blank. I will be enhancing the clouds with white gouache and strengthening the shadows of the balloons folds. As soon as I am done with the balloon and when the paint and paper dries I will strip off the masking fluid, which is a glue I painted the balloons with to protect the paper. Masking fluid is an easy way to cover paper that you want to protect while covering large areas with paint.
I spent a lovely day working on comments from my previous articles. I enjoy talking to you all and using your ideas in my work. I added a sky into my painting while keeping my background and foreground blank. I was able to use your ideas, thank you so much!
How birds evolved from dinosaurs.n the 1990s, an influx of new dinosaur fossils from China revealed a feathery surprise. Though many of these fossils lacked wings, they had a panoply of plumage, from fuzzy bristles to fully articulated quills. The discovery of these new intermediary species, which filled in the spotty fossil record, triggered a change in how paleontologists conceived of the dinosaur-to-bird transition. Feathers once thought unique to birds, must have evolved in dinosaurs long before birds developed. The dinosaur and the gravity paradox.