gessoed paper allows for a lot more lifting and smooshing of the water soluble crayon colors.
reveling in colors and simple shapes
improbable but glorious marsh fowl
the elements turn the wheels of life
Pushing the experiments with crayon/Acryla-gouache on gessoed paper, with scratchboard effects.
Continued experiments with mediums: caran d’ache and acryla-gouache on gessoed paper, which allows for some effective scratchboard details.
Still struggling with freedom from a specific chosen project. Funny how difficult it is to return to internal guidelines after a month of external focus. The idea of time limits really isn’t sticking!
I’m finding it hard to reconnect with the freedom of my daily drawing practice after the month of portraits. I think for a little while I will limit the time allowed on the daily drawing, partly to force myself to be less fussy, and partly to make sure I have time to finish my other May projects!