As I looked at the overall painting, I wanted to add some more “punch” to the shadows of the rose petals. The more value ranges (dark to light), the more depth I can create to make it look truly three-dimensional.
I used some Perylene Maroon to add a touch of dark red to the deepest shadows of my flower. Now the light areas really “pop”!
So, signed and complete – the finished Pink Rose!
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