and I'd rather work fast and make mistakes while the inspiration is strong than to go slow and
meticulous and risk getting bored with it.
So now I white out my mistakes with white primer paint. Primer has a very matte finish and will accept any kind of paint, pen or pencil mark being layered on top of it, it's a lot like paper.
You'll notice I raised the queen's face so she's looking forward more aggressively.
I've also tossed in a wash of dark brown to establish my shadow areas.
Now I re-establish any lost lines with ink and I'm ready to start painting.
But I think the question misses the point. It's not a question of what you HAVE, but rather what you DO with what you have. Especially if you're using what you don't have as a reason not to go forward with what you want. "I can't do that I'm not pretty enough or smart enough or talented enough." But the big success stories are not the people who had all of the advantages or the best advantages, the success stories come from the people who went out and did everything they could with what they had no matter what it was.