I leave the wolf temporarily and start to block in Little Red Riding Hood. I use a softer brush for the character. Pick your brushes according to what you’re going to paint: think about what the surface would feel like? Is it bumpy and gritty, or soft and smooth? When I paint, I note the colours and light of the environment. For example, her hand is shaded from the sun as she presses the wolf’s nose. So it’s not lit by yellow light from the sun, but by green light that has bounced from the surroundings.