Warm Color/Cool Neutral Shadow Bear
This is one exercise that Kevin Macpherson suggests to show that great gobs of color everywhere don't work well, and that neutrals can complement and intensify color notes. Of course, the trick to any good recipe is adding the right ingredients in the right proportions. These ingredients don't complement this bear recipe at all, making it something that's visually untasty. This wouldn't be the first time I've created something fairly inedible (although my dogs rejoice when I do just that in the kitchen. Who else enjoys a failed culinary experiment more than a dog?). Time to empty the pot and try some different ingredients.