Decided against doing two finger paintings in a row since I now have access to ALL of my tools, besides just receiving a shipment of brand new brushes. Within the new ones was a fairly huge brush that I didn't intend on ordering, so thought that this was a good intermediary step. Use a BIG brush on a SMALL painting and avoid getting too hung up in the details is what I told myself. Well, I still managed to use it on its side and corner to achieve a few too many details compared to yesterday, but it was fun just the same. Here then is a French sunflower field in all its chunky glory, beneath the golden setting sun and inviting us to float across it into the periwinkle mountains beyond.