|Owl Woman background and underpainting|
I sketched her with pencil then went over the lines with thin black paint. The background has a lot of black, dioxizine purple and dark green mixes. Then I used some watered down browns and greys to add the shadows.
|Owl Woman Blues and greys, flesh tones begin feathers|
I used blues and greys for her hair and dress, a mixture of pinks and browns for the flesh, More greys with white and a touch of blue for the feathers.
|Owl Woman a bigger moon, deepen shadows|
I made the moon bigger, deepened the shadows and worked on highlights. I didn't like how her eyes look here, so reworked them as you'll see.
|Owl Woman almost finished|
I like her eyes much better here. This is where I stopped and went to bed. I don't feel she is finished yet, so I will probably work on her more today.