This weekend I had my first chance to participate in one of the new whitewashed challenges from The Color Room. This is the palette:
My style is evolving a little again, as happens every six months or so. And here is my layout for the palette:
Lots of misting on this one. It looks like a lot of blue, and it is, but there are 8 or 9 different mists all mixed together to rock out this palette. Monochromatic color schemes are a challenge I find I quite enjoy!
The title "Perspective Makes all the Difference" talks about one of my recent ponderings. I think it's quite true that your perspective the things that happen to you makes all the difference. I also believe that knowing that God is in control, and seeing Him as "the pilot of your plane" makes the turbulence much less frightening. It's all about perspective. I used these photos of my son, looking down his body to his little toes, way in the distance, to visually remind me of this. After all, in the photo he looks 6 feet tall, but that's not quite the case!
You can visit The Color Room and play along HERE.