Here are a few of the papers I made, using 9"x12" Cheap Drawing Paper:
|In this I used a stencil I made myself with Cheap Drawing Paper.|
|For this I used OPEN acrylic, and made the lines using a Q-tip.|
|For this one I used a homemade gelatin plate, 8"x8", and then a stencil over it.|
The following two images are digital collages studies. They don't exist in actual material. I was fooling around in Photoshop, manipulating the scale of each of my papers as I put them together in these pieces. As I am investigating the issue of scale, I am wondering if making either digital studies or small paper studies might be useful. I've never worked from studies, so it's a new process for me.
I am offering a giveaway of the 14-product set of Golden's A - Z Workshop In A Box, to one person, chosen at random from those who comment on this post. Please say something about working in black and white, and/or something about scale. I'm interested in your ideas. Identify yourself uniquely (i.e. "Mary in San Diego" rather than "Mary"). I will post the winner on Thursday, May 28. It is the responsibility of the winner to get in touch with me.