Then yesterday I looked at it and thought about how flat it was. It had a back drop rather than a table and I spent the better part of the day trying to figure this out. I posted it on my class FB page and ask for help. I texted it to a dear friend who is an artist and begged for help.
Once I posted the copy, I had ladies point out that shadows were in the wrong place and so I corrected that on the original, but not on the copy. I actually had thought I might just leave the original alone - I didn't know how much more paint that poor piece of paper could stand, but got home from a meeting last night and had to fix it before I could even think about sleeping.
Posting these pictures today I'm much more humble! Yes, it was fun, but, it was lots of work and I've learned just how much I need to learn! And when I learn more, I will realize how much more there is to learn! I love that - no matter how much you learn, there's always more! That is one of God's greatest gifts!