This is stage 7 of this process.
This is stage 6 of this process.
This is stage 5 of this process.
This is stage 4 of this process.
This is stage 3 of this process.
This is stage 2 of this process. I drew in the basics with very thin white oil paint and a brush.
This is stage 1 of this process. These photos below are of my studio corner where I usually paint oil paintings. I have three designated areas in my apt in Missouri for creating art, and this is one of them.
This is my stuido corner where I paint oil paints. I like this easel for painting oil paints because it has that tray underneath it and I put tubes of oil I opened on it, and lay brushes on it if I don't need them for a while. You also see turpentine which is a solvent to thin oil paints, and cans to wash brushes in turpentine with, and a smaller table top easel. I also have a giant easel in my living room where I prop sketches and oil paintings to photograph them so the light is behind me.