Do not post much about things that I do in a class but this was an interesting class. I had introduced using a water color wash before but did not spend much time on adding layers. Wanted to have them take their time putting down the water color before they tangled on the piece. Am waiting to see the finished pieces as they were all so different. One used a lot of small sections of color and used a lot of organic tangles, which is what she enjoys. With her permission may post a picture of it later. I am showing the piece that I did. I used larger sections of color and layered the same color on top. Did not try to layer different colors for muted or different effects. Will post a series of pictures showing the piece as it progressed. Really did not have a plan when I started. Picked a tangle and just let it develop. Here is the results.
Thought I had a picture of just the water color but I guess that I did not . I first did what I am calling "Semi-crazy" Huggins. Is not a regular grid but not too much "wonkiness". I then put in Finery and then Puf.
Next I added Inapod and then put Paradox around the outside.
I then added Zander in both sections. The next was the Flora variation and then added the Phicops and Zingers to finish it off.
I then added Mooka, Flux, and Tipple. The Tipple was added and randomly. Was looking at different orientations when I took this picture.
And here is the finished piece with the last section finished. The paper is water color paper and is 6"x 8".
The last tangle is Opsess, one that I did the step out for.
I have a couple of other projects I want to get to but want to do something like this again. I would like to use smaller areas of color and try more blending like when doing the gems. That is a time consuming process so not sure when I will get to it.
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Go Tangle !!