Hello friends. I want to start this blog with this little painting of a Eurasian Bittern with which I enjoyed the speed of its execution, in just three hours. And not for laziness, but to compel me to work more by instinct, without much time to think, which often yields unexpected results. Let yourself be guided by the heart. Let's go there:
EURASIAN BITTERN -OIL ON CANVAS 33X 24 CMS
I give the details of the plumage using soft brushes, with a single touch, and I use the base of the brush to scratch the canvas and to recreate those so beautiful "threads" of the plumage of the Bitterns. With the spatula, I decide to subtract part of the background ... and convince me, insinuated. The oil is still fresh, so I sign it with the brush stick.
To moo, little bird! 🙂 ... because these strange herons moo as the bulls. Although to me this weird sound reminds me more of a Didgeridoo of Australian aborigines. Look ... and listen:
Song of the Bittern: