A good session with watercolour paints, paper and texture. We were encouraged by Sue and Tracey to colour pieces of watercolour paper by mixing colours to form a graded colour wheel of 12 (or more) shades and tones.
A lovely ‘messy’ afternoon just up my street, though probably not for those who don’t like ‘dyed’ hands and nails – good job I wasn’t going out that night – don’t think bright green nails are that attractive!!
We also used a variety of items to texture and mark the papers to give them more interest and we are told that these will be used in the next session in April for Part 2 so if you didn’t complete all 12 you can do more of them at home!!!
‘Women at Work’ – photographs by John Clark.
In April you will need – a choice of some of the following -
Gel pens and Gel glitter pens; Felt tips; Colour pencils; 3D paint. Whatever you have.
Also bring the colour wash papers you made in February; scissors; Pritstick and notebook and pencil.