Winter camouflage


Lovely painting Paul, quite difficult with all those different shades of white, well done!

Like this a lot, lots of whites v difficult!

Lovely, Paul, you've managed the whites really well and got a lovely picture for your grand-daughter too!

Thank you Katy,Heather and Anne for your kind comments they are really appreciated. I did find the shade of white the biggest challenge, a little blue and Alizarin crimson help. What was interesting was reading that the hares fur picks up the different colour and hues, to aid in the camouflage process.

Just so cute and gorgeous Paul.

Nice 1 Paul and have as a good xmas has you can

This is very good.

It's so delightful, I love it. Your granddaughter will be so happy. Lovely job Paul.

That's super, no wonder your granddaughter loves it.

Thank you all for your very kind comments I appreciated them very much.

Beautiful Paul!

You have made a good job of it Paul!

No wonder your granddaughter love this, well done!

Many thanks for your comment, Romila, Fiona, Diane, Mark and Kwok , your are much appreciated.

Think I missed this one earlier. Very good and whites have many different hues. Best Wishes.

Thank you Richard for your kind comments.

No wonder your grandaughter loves this, Paul :)

Love this Paul, a cute bun.

Thank you Margaret and Carole for your kind comments.

It is lovely it looks so soft and cuddly.

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A4 watercolour of a mountain hare, in winter coat. I was showing my granddaughter some pictures of mountain hares , she pick one out and asked her dad to print it for bedroom wall. The upshot was grandad could do a painting, it was not easy to do animals are not my normal thing . Well at least she loves it and can’t wait for a frame , one were out of tier 4.

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Paul (Dixie) Dean

I developed an interest in watercolour painting whilst recovering from a spinal injury . Started painting whilst laid flat on my back using a mirror, did it stop the OT pestering me, but it backfired. When I sat up had to start all over again as I was use to painting through a mirror. Stop painting…

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