Saturday, 8 September 2012


This excercise was designed to build on an understanding of wet in wet pigment flow practiced on the hills, but this time the flow will be faster and further, with a higher degree of intensity, and will require more control in the higher definition areas, and again we will practice at a colour mixing strip designed to explore how much to mix colours up on the paper for different effects, and in this case how to avoid the colours from turning muddy.
We will also have a strip exploring high definition within a wet wash.

I always try to teach how to do it wrong so my learners can recognise mistakes before they start to happen. see below

This exercise is designed to prepare a learner how to paint around different and increasingly complicated shapes, without masking fluid.

This is my part completed pansy to take to papintbox to demonstrate high and low definition

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