I knew it

Well, I was pretty sure, I’d do something to ruin it eventually. I knew this subject was a little beyond my skill set. How do you get good enough, though, unless you go ahead and give it a go. I’m not done but have already learned a lot for the next time I tackle such a subject. Hear that? I’m undaunted by my failure. For one thing I think I may still be able to get a decent painting out of this. Just not the one I had intended.

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