Monthly Archives: July 2014

Project: Your own work

The methodology required for ‘painting in your own style’: Choose A1 sheet of paper, board or canvas Select an everyday symbol familiar to all of us, e.g. a road sign Paint the design by merging the colour with the ground. … Continue reading

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Sketchbook – encaustic wax

There are a few ideas that I want to catch by the tail and reel in before they outrun me. I am curious about which pencils, pens and paper types transfer well and see if scraffito could work. Below is a HP … Continue reading

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Transferring images

For this exercise, I am asked to transfer images onto paper and wood. From newspaper to paper, by rubbing the back with thinners. I have tried this method before and it was not so successful. Instead, I experimented with an acrylic medium as a … Continue reading

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Project Experimenting

Below are my experiments, most of them were done in my oil sketchbook. They are really just about getting to know gestural paint actions, using a palette knife and understanding texture. Marks through physical actions: 2. Marks made with a variety … Continue reading

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