We added two more levels of color with the fan brush going from darkest to light. Then it was time to set the eyes of the peacock in the feathers. I always emphasis to the painters that they should choose how many feathers or eyes they want to add to their peacock. It is a good practice to remind them that this is their painting and they will have their own style. That is what makes these classes so fantastic is that no one walks away with a piece that look like a replica of someone else’s. Making art is about being brave, bold and risky. There is no better time to start giving the green light then when you have a paint brush in hand.