I have been slowly putting light, transparent layers on the aleph painting between working on various Kickstarter rewards. I think this is where I left off last we spoke.
Then I said I was going to add some beige, which I did.
I know that looks like a mess, but bear with me. This is just how I get started. I’m not doing this with every painting (showing you the process), so pay attention.
Then I started to add some transparent colors. This is a really really light raw sienna with white:
And then some more white and a tad bit of cobalt blue (but you can hardly see it):
Then, this is the last white coat before I start stitching it.
As you can see, there is an “oopsie” on there from another painting. I’m going to leave it there as a “happy accident.”
Two, maybe three more layers to go now, but only one more over the patterns after I stitch it. Stitching takes a while, but I’ll take a few shots as I go along so you can see how I do it.
Thanks for the comment.
Didn’t you hear from Ross regarding the class? I will write you an email because I VERY MUCH want to do the class! I’m just in a situation…
Thank you for letting us peek into the process.
You’re very welcome Jocelyne. Thanks for caring to see it! 😉