Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Playing with Dylusions Ink and colored pencil.

Ink splattered on Bristol 6" x 6" paper.  Beginning pencil over inks.

More pencil...it began to tear the paper as I added more color.  I then used clear gesso and was able to continue with the colored pencil.  It is so relaxing to use colored pencil and a lot of fun.  I see I need to buy more colors though as I never seem to have the color I want at the time I need it.


Lisa Graham Art said...

Wow...the face you did is so stunning. She has a Victorian feel. The art below is amazing as well. I love how you are learning from Misty Mawn, but your art looks like your own still. Lovely lovely work.

Tammie Lee said...

such a wonderful piece
fun to hear how you used gesso to continue on
i agree, having many colors to choose from is essential ;-)

Janny said...

Turn out to bee a beautiful face ;o)

Zorana said...

This might be my new favorite Janine. So good! How smart of you to use clear gesso ti strengthen the paper...

irene said...

hi janine, i come to you thru lynne hoppe. i then noticed your post on misty's face to face workshop which i am also taking. i love reading your creative process and experimenting with techniques.

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