I had leftover acrylic paint that I didn't want to waste, and so I used it in this painting. The painting ended up too large to fit on my small scanner so, if you want to see the actual full painting, you will need to go to http://www.margoschwirianfineart.com/. The picture came out with a slight yellow cast, which was probably due to the indoor lighting. This painting is the smaller scanned version.
I still don't have acrylic medium so I would probably only sell prints of this (and I may even revise it in some way). I use high quality pigments in all of my work, but have read that acrylics should have at least 80% acrylic medium to 20 % water in order to bond correctly to the paper or canvas when diluting the acrylics. I would rather be sure – so my acrylic paintings will just be for fun until I get acrylic medium, unless I decide to sell good quality prints or have copies put on my Cafe Press items. Those inks that they use at Fine Art America and Cafe Press are top quality as well, and I wouldn't have to be concerned about any problems with a thinning medium possibly not bonding properly: http://www.cafepress.com/margosart. My signature is in the lower right hand corner ( when looking at the painting, but that is part of what wouldn't fit on the scanner. It is on the photo copy.