Peach Painting Progression

As part of the "Beginning Oil Painting" classes that I have been teaching, I painted a progression of how I paint a peach. I began by painting a simple peach shape, background and surface on the eight squares. Then I added orange to the peach, green to the background and more brown to the surface on squares two through eight. I continued this process of adding color to one less square with each layer of paint. On the eighth square, I painted a very thin layer of white on the top and left side of the peach to represent fuzz. I used Liquin as the medium to thin my paints on each layer. I also kept a paint sample chart of each succesive paint I used. Here is a list of the paints used: 

Surface - raw sienna, burnt sienna, raw umber, burnt umber, cadmium yellow, titanium white

Background - ultramarine blue, chromium oxide green, yellow ochre, titanium white

Peach - cadmium yellow, burnt sienna, titanium white, cadmium orange, cadmium red medium, raw umber, burnt umber, alizarin crimson, ultramarine blue