Another graphitint painting. This time I worked with some wax, as with my current watercolor paintings. The pigments of the graphitint pencils settle on the edges of the wax spots and produce interesting effects. As with the watercolor painting, the washes can be blown in desired directions with a drinking straw. However, you always need a lot of water, which leads to the loss of graphitint pigments. Doreen.  

 

Materials: – Derwent graphitint pencils for the background (water) in Shadow, Green Grey, Ocean Blue, Steel Blue, Slate Green, Dark Indigo – Derwent graphitint pencils for the foreground (water plants) in Russet, Ivy, White, Meadow and Sage – Hahnemühle watercolor paper, 30 x 40 cm (11,8 x 15,7 „), 300 g/m² (140 lbs), cold pressed, natural white, matt, from the series Britannia – paper stretcher by Bromley – watercolor brushes by daVinci from the series NOVA synthetics round No. 6 + Cosmopolitan round No. 12 – wax from a candle – drinking straw  

 

Credits:

Video production – Doreen Gehrke

Music – Drops Of H2O (The Filtered Water Treatment) by J. Lang; Drops of H2O ( The Filtered Water Treatment ) by J.Lang (c) 2012 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/djlang59/37792 Ft: Airtone  

 

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