A few months ago I painted a hummingbird hovering in front on a pink trumpet flower. I was not satisfied with the painting. I tried changing the color of the flower, but that didn’t do it. Then I realized that the problem was the size of the flower in relation to the hummingbird. The flower was so small that the hummingbird looked like a large bluebird. So, a couple of days ago, I repainted the flower, but this time I painted a hibiscus flower and it took up more than 1/3 of the canvas. Now, I’m satisfied with my painting as the relative sizes of the flower and hummingbird make the hummingbird seem as small as it is.