Started as an experiment with brushes and became a rough seascape ending up as a contrast between what is seen and normal -- the houses etc; set against what is going on down on the rocks, which is decidedly strange (I don't know what is going on). The objects to the bottom right were posts which I then decided looked a little like razor clams so I added feet to them; if they look like something else, my wife says they do, then this is down to my reasonable inability with a brush, they are meant to be razor clams. The two figures to the bottom left my wife says look like ............. -- your guess; however I had no one in mind while doing it -- I was constrained by the shape of what had been a rock which then became a skirt. It then went downhill from there with skulls etc. Who / what are the figures meant to be doing, don't know? Not sure about it as a picture but it has been the best so far in terms of learning about brushes and to some extent colours. It is painted on the back of Untitled
. I did this in the vain hope that it would reverse the warping that had taken place, I initially thought the surface was plastic, but its a thin layer of polythene foam sandwiched between shiny card so obviously the more I paint the more it buckles. I may be able to save both by slicing it with a craft knife. Live and learn.