Layer two. My aunt asked me why the poem was about Kapuskasing, and what it was about.
I wrote back that it was Kapuskasing, because I needed a four syllable word, and the only other place name I could think of with four syllables was Albuquerque, but then I thought of Kapuskasing, and I decided I'd rather have that because it's Canadian. I also said that the poems are musical, you can play each syllable on a keyboard. I then said I was trying to do that with an on-line keyboard, but that it didn't sound the way I wanted it to, so I was going to have to find a better site. I'd like it if I could write the music down at the same time. Something else I don't know how to do... (I did find a program that did it all for me, at the same time, you hit a key, it plays a musical note, and writes the music at the same time, it's called Forte. It took me a while, but I eventually got the hang of it, and I'm not very musical).
Changed the phaser, and I'm going to redo the right hand. Still a long way to go.
Another day, another layer. Repainted my right hand, and added more rust to the hood of the car. The whole top of the car has to be done next.
Painted the top of the car, and the sky. I like the rust. Still have the back window to do.
Added the clouds to the background.
The pattern was based on a photograph of some coral. There are begonias with a similar pattern.
And for my next feat of prestidigitation, a cockroach in a box...