The update of the small Philippe de Croÿ after a van der Weyden is done, it was just a study anyway. He’s literally still wet behind the ears at the moment.
There is a big change from the earlier version: the black stuff left of him and on his neck. This symbolises the hatred that Charles of Burgundy felt for him and which is going to devour him eventually
(In reality I accidentally smudged black paint from his jacket all over his neck so I made it look like it was on purpose.)
The sketchbook in which I started working halfway through July is full. Good, now I can choose one with better paper. The last three drawings are another version of Rolin and two preparatory sketches for art school assignments.
Some time of the afternoon was spent creating a pattern for a Renaissance style hat which I had already started last spring but then we had a heatwave and there was not much enthusiasm for warm hats. I came to the conclusion that I don’t have any felt lying around so the real execution will be for another day.