The motif is a landscape painted as a colour vision test. As a model I used the painting "Feld mit Heuhocken" from my great-grandfather Friedrich Mißfeldt, who was also a painter. The picture is very disturbing, because it shows a free northern German landscape. It was painted in 1945. ...
In the video I describe my procedure: I take a digital version of my template and lay a grid over it in Photoshop on the PC. In addition I paint some white circles into it. The printed picture is then above (or next to) my watercolour. By observing the pattern I find a colour, which I mix and paint in the correct size on the paper (Hahnemühle Torchon watercolour paper, 285 gr/m²).
The entire painting process took about 3 hours, plus the preparation time and drying and coffee breaks.
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The following video shows the painting process as a time-lapsed video.