Wednesday, 14 July 2010

Paint it Back

Last night I made a start on the back-scene alluded to in the previous post. This will be watercolour on a fairly heavy and slightly textured paper. I will need to use two pieces of paper for each board, so there will be several joins. I will need to be careful that the painting over the joins is consistent and that the overall effect is fairly even. Here is the piece for the central board underway:

2 comments:

Edward Sissling said...

Is the tumbler of whiskey used to thin the paint or lubricate the artist?

:-)

Tony Simms said...

Ha, well...

In addition to being careful with paper joints, one has to be careful not to dip ones brush in ones Bowmore...