Then i was stumped. I wasn't sure if I was liking where this was going, or what it even was. Still i pressed onward. i then filled in the bottom half with lighter colors, mostly pink and white, and i added touches of a metalic bronze throughout the painting. Then when i tried to draw thick lines on the bottom of the figure, i decided to make it look almost like a shadow, then made it look as if the top was melting and pouring over the figure.
I looked at this painting and decided that it was perfect. Done. Nothing else i could ever do to add onto it. UNTILL. I looked down at my pallet and decided i really liked how it looked, the golds, pinks, and blues all running into each other... So i took the pallet paper and pressed it onto the dark background at the top. I LOVED IT. it added texture and made the painting much more balenced and interesting. So then i poured darker colors onto my pallet. Purples, blacks, bronze, even some dark blues and pressed the paper onto the canvas at the bottom:
Then i came up with the final final product:
Mr. Sands was pretty happy with his painting i think..
(and don't worry Mrs. Rossie, i have a very special gift i've been planning for you too.)