...and so far I'm still on FB.
Collograph is the name of a print that is made from a use of paper or other objects placed on a surface (usually a thin cardboard) to form an image that is then inked and printed. If you enlarge the above painting image, you can get a close look at the background and see what I'm describing. That's how I did the houses. It's a super cool process but remember NOT to use printing ink if you are putting the image onto canvas. 'Why?' you ask....well, learn from the
It's not all tea and paintbrushes here, folks!
However, we do like the 'runny' bits and if I hadn't told you about all that, you'd never have known it wasn't planned.
Ah, 'cool effect' thy name is oops!
First entry to Sooke Show - check!
And, of course, now I hate that original piece way the heck back before runny bits with the crows and am starting again with this 'new' technique.
In case you ever wondered why Artists are poor (like that consumes your mind as much as it doesn't) it is probably due to mistakes that use up the supplies. I keep saying that someday I'm having a show of 'mistakes'.
That would be enormously embarrassing but totally intriguing.