Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Painting in Progress on Masa Rice Paper

Hey Friends, Decided to run with this post about the Masa Paper I showed in the previous post. In the image above I lightly indicated with blue watercolor pencil where the blossoms and vase go.
This image I started adding the darker areas and the first pass on the flowers.

Here is a close-up of the vase area. Do you see the batik-E texture still showing ?

Another layer of the darker color in the background and worked on the glass vase. Added the shadows from the flowers.
Another close-up of the vase area. I'll continue to post the layers of paint as I add them. I'm sure you have already gathered that I'm using the acrylics like watercolors. Keeping them as transparent as possible so the beautiful rice paper can shine.
Happy Trails.




4 comments:

Kathleen Krucoff said...

This is sooooo cool Sue! I love following works in progress. Thanks for showing how you develop this. It's fascinating to me. And the work looks beautiful too....can't wait to see the finished piece!

Sue Furrow said...

Thanks Kathleen, Won't be much longer and I'll finish.

Kris said...

Thank you for this post-- it really looks fun, this masa paper. Your painting is wonderful. Love the transparency.

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