Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Something Sweet Challenge 96

This took about two hours to paint last night and I admit that I was in a hurry. I didn't want the filling to spoil before I could eat it, and it did have a light shining on it. I am happy to report that it was indeed delicious, the berries especially. The flakey crust had gotten a little mushy by the time I got to it, but overall, yummy, nice smooth vanilla filling, oh my yes! Done in oils on canvas hardboard, the masonite scraps from Home Depot which I cover with canvas. Thanks for looking.
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9 comments:

Lin said...

GLORIOUS!! Looks so real and yummy!

shirley said...

The Napolean is so fantastic, I want to eat it! I'm not experienced enough to have hills and valleys - each day is its own struggle, so I can't comment on your question.

Renate said...

Gorgeous! Looks rich and beautiful!

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Wow this is really gorgeous. And just like everyone else I too would love to eat it. Lovely work.

Anonymous said...

Absolutely beautiful! I wish I was there to eat it too!

Anonymous said...

beautifully painted. looks truly yummy.

SCquiltaddict said...

wow thats all i can say and can I have a bite:>

Laura said...

Completely gorgeous and yummy and wonderful. And lots of other positive adjectives ;D.

Anonymous said...

I love these! Thanks for the close up views of the lusciously applied paint. I have to stop being so miserly with my oil paint. It just kills me how much more of it you have to use than watercolor!

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