Explorations in Mixed Media Part 7 – Wishy Washy Woman

This week I have been having a play with creating glazes and washes from different mediums and creating an aged (aka, wishy washy) feel. Come see how I got on.

In all honesty, I actually quite like this one.

These close ups show the detail and texture achieved with the various mediums – check out the video below for more detail on how it was done!

Watch The Mess Unfold!

Want to see how I put this all together using pretty much everything in sight? Great! Just hit play…


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Ok, that’s it for this one. Thanks for being here and I hope to see you again soon.

All the best,

John.

5 thoughts on “Explorations in Mixed Media Part 7 – Wishy Washy Woman

  1. Awesome panel John! I thought a moment that you had used the lady that you made last year in one of your 3D printing projects.
    Totally loved how you made this today, I was very surprised by your use of toiletpaper, great idea.
    What wondered me the most was that you made your gorgeous collage paper with an inkjet printer and it didn’t smear when you put the gesso over it.
    Thank you so much for sharing, stay safe (hope you don’t get the storm that is raging over the Netherlands at the moment) and have a wonderful day.

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