I always feel a little guilty when I eat the subject of a painting.
This is a still life I set up for my watercolour painting class two weeks ago. I chose the eggplant for the tonal contrast, the pumpkin because of the interesting seed pattern and warm colour, and the radishes because of their red-white colour gradation and also their long white tails are a good example of when to use drawing gum.
My finished demonstration is below.
The next day we started lunch with radishes eaten with butter and sea salt (the French way), and ginger-pumpkin soup.