A couple of things.... yeah, I know this is upside down. There a several reasons that I do this. Sometimes, I need the paint to flow "up", and sometimes having the painting upside down helps me to not "see" the subject as a whole, and this makes it easier to pick out flaws in the painting. Especially after I have the eyes painted in, I tend to "make eye contact" and have difficulty evaluating how I'm doing. So upside down works.
I usually take photos along the way so I can look back later and remember how I accomplished something--(I'm not going to post every step of every painting), but I do have photos of most paintings in various stages.
I think this one is coming along well, and it is good for the soul when the painting "happens" rather than a struggle. I personally think the subject matter helps a lot, especially in this case!
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I think it is important to share our process with others, just as we gain from watching other artists work.