Last week I told you about the book Intuitive Painting Workshop and how I planned to do the monthly exercises, even though I was a little late getting started. Well, I'm proud of myself because I did it. No procrastinating, no judging, no criticizing...just DID IT!
I have such a hard time with second guessing that I deliberately set up distractions for myself so that I literally could not think. I had NPR radio on, full blast, and once I picked out the papers and colors I wanted to use, I didn't allow myself a break until the layers of paper and paint were all done.
Here's what I used, in this order:
140 lb cold press watercolor paper substrate
Previously painted paper towels (clean up towels)
Sheer white tissue paper
Acrylics: Quinacridone violet, green gold, cobalt turquoise, interference violet
Brush style black Faber-Castell Pitt pen
What am I gonna do with it? Who knows :-)
|Sheer white tissue paper
|Interference violet, dripped
|Re-oriented and Pitt Pen added
My updated version that I like better is shown at the link.
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