Started the painting late after work , and tired.
Used an image I was uninspired by but thought had potential
Used a palette of old paint left over from two days ago.
Put the paint on quickly without a plan and cursed, cryed, tore my robes and put on sack cloth and ashes because the painting was CRAP.
Went to bed, read " The Hope " by Herman Wouk till I calmed down and fell asleep.
Got up at 5:30 stumbled into the kitchen and got coffee stumbled into the studio to see the painting..............still CRAP
Decided I was not going to waste a panel so I grabed a drywall knife and scraped the paint horizontally with allot of pressure (still mad)
Amazingly the image of the shed remained. even the detail on the windows , scraped it again, .. still there......Wow ... looks allot better! Went back in with some more old paint and touched it up a bit......
I'm sure I learned something useful during this whole thing. I don't recommend this process for any serious artist , especially the crying and cursing part , but hey... whatever works... SOLD