That’s why I prefer acrylic paint :)

Seriously, you made a great point jetsonjoe I think the important thing is for you to approach the canvas once oil is drier with the same spirit as you left it. You could either start another one and when you have to pause go back to canvas #1 energized. Or you can write some notes right after you finish on what you like and what you do next. So when you get back to the canvas instead of listening to the voice of your brain and self-doubt, you get back to your notes that were written out of passion when you were enjoying the ride and following your instincts. Artists know better than brains :)

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