I continue to work the various levels in washes,
learning as I go. I worked with one of
Mitchell’s favorite statues (right) which has a
lovely history, which I will tell you all about in
one of these posts when I have a bit more time.
This one, in my art journal, is the first and
I enjoyed the process. I think he is a bit dark,
and have started on another already.
Strathmore journals, with a Pentalic 2B woodless pencil, Platinum Carbon pen, Pentel Brush pen,
and Daniel Smith and QoR watercolor paints.
Thanks to Marc Taro Holmes “Tea Milk Honey” which I am trying to own as a technique!
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