It’s most unusual for this infrequent blogger to post three days in a row however here I am again reporting on my monoprint adventures.
Therewasn’t so much time to play today and there wasn’t as much success. One thing I have discovered is that as much as I adore Hundertwasser’s paintings and architecture I think I have a long way to go in learning to manage strong and contrasting colours.
My successes came in the subtle colours or in the use of texture with bright paints. That being said it is on the scrap paper where I rolled off the excess paint that I found small sections that delighted me.
Some of todays results:
The next two are sections of the large piece of paper used to catch the excess from the roller. I really like them . . . the colours, the way they lie over one another, their transparency and the lines from tilting the roller to clean off the edges. I would probably not have put these colours together on purpose . . . but I will now! I’m not one to give up when there is so much to explore and so much fun to be had!