Today’s (almost aborted) watercolor experiment:
Having worked for the past several days on painting studies of real leaves and trees, I thought I would delve into the abstract. My plan was to use my latex resist, pour out a leaf-like design, let it dry, experiment with colors on the uncovered paper, remove the resist and proceed based on what the revealed design suggested.
I was really surprised to see the goopy mess that was supposed to be my liquid latex, when I opened the bottle. Here is the resulting goopy latex-covered watercolor paper.
I still thought it would be possible to continue and end up with an interesting result.
Here is the next stage, after applying the first wash (Moonglow, (Daniel Smith) and cadmium yellow pale):
Removal of the latex:
What a disaster! The latex resist, resisted being removed. I ended up scrubbing the paper with a piece of leather. After about…
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