Sometimes you start out drawing mountains, but then you wind up drawing the fog that obstructs the mountain instead. I picked up a pound of transparent base, so I’m interested to see how layers of transparencies behave. Previous to this I’ve been relying on burnt plate oil #2 and turpentine washes, and of course some reductive techniques.
Hubs trying to read, but his arms got tired
Tracks in the sand
Different process, similar results. This attempt included a brayer, tarletan, and burnt plate oil. The reference was a sketch, so I interpreted an interpretation. The dimensionality of the storm clouds didn’t translate: they have much more architecture. Next experiment will be multiple layers so I think I can handle the registration, especially with plexi.