So, I can’t show you the full image here, because it may not be finished yet. But, I’ll give you some little tasters so you can at least see bits of it….. There’s loads of colour within the picture, and my most favourite bit was the “wind” -which I did last for greater effect of the texture within it – I’ve painted it in silver oil paint mixed with some safflower oil to soften it and make it more fluid, using a palette knife to apply the paint in jagged shards to emulate the effect of a sharp wind on an Autumnal day. That alone took two hours to do, to get it right. I even painted the wind going around the sides of the canvas as it disappears out of sight. The rest of the picture is full of texture too, as the grass, and leaves blowing over it, are slabs of solid oil paint, applied flat but with a twist to show movement and form.