I got this giant cardboard-y paper at Costco for free - the kind that they somehow use for packing between boxes or something. This was supposed to be my hour-a-day, two-week project. Something new, since I have never painted anything this big before. Just for fun, with practice I will (hopefully) get better, and acrylic paints are cheap. Well, that daily project thing didn't quite work, considering I often switch gears and want to try something new. So much for continuity. It ended up being more like a month-long project, and I mostly finished today. Well, it's not perfect, or finished, but I'll just call it finished for now. I finished the hats anyway. I based my painting off this black and white picture from that book on beauty through the decades, or something.
Anyway, back when I was doing the painting on a daily basis (all to the soundtrack of the lovely Madeleine Peyroux), I tracked my progress through pictures taken at the end of each session. Like, 1-2 hour intervals.
So basically this is like the fast-forward let's-watch-a-plant-grow video. But with painting.
oh darn. i just remembered i forgot to fix the arm of the lady on the right. oh well.