Strawberry season, continuation...

Here we have a few more where the result is more realistic.
Each berry is painted on local humidified paper, reserving the tiny reflections of white paper. In the humidity I just put down the pigments with the tip of my brush, in différent hues according to what I see and how they vary in tone depending on the shape and how ripe it might be. It's easier to render a bitter lighter strawberry, not so ripe and if it has several tones rather than dark red all over.  The grains are spots of colors in more consistent dilution, so it won't spread out in the humidity. I wait to try between the different parts, the leaves, shadows and berry so they don't mingle.