mint math A Creative Life, artistic inspirations, fine art, small things, still life Today I practiced some very basic mint math. You know, if you have four mints and you eat one… Mint Math by Clancy – 5 x 7 inches – acrylic and gouache on board Share this:TwitterFacebookPocketPinterestTumblrRedditLinkedInMoreEmailLike this:Like Loading...
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I’m super impressed with the way you’ve rendered the translucency and texture of the wrappers. It’s funny how candy Math always involves subtraction.
It really is funny, Laura, how candy Math is always subtraction! Lol! I’m glad to hear that the translucency/texture came across. That was such a challenge to do… I don’t think I have ever looked so hard at a candy wrapper before! Lol!
That’s definitely enjoyable math! I second the comment above about the wrapper translucency. Plus, I love your color choice for the background: lets the mints really pop!
Thank you so much Feathers&Flowers!! I’m so glad you enjoyed my math… Lol!