More fall leaves! In this post, I am showing a different approach to creating a leaf painting without wetting the paper first (to see the first demonstration click here). I begin painting on dry paper and use the wet pigment to carry the color and moisture.
Da Vinci arylide yellow, WN phthalo blue, WN alizarin crimson, and WN Burnt Sienna.
Alizarin Crimson in my brush and added it.
sepia with burnt sienna to add a dark leaf edge and some dark spots to the leaf. To do this, I created a very wet mixture, loaded it into the brush, and tapped the brush with my finger to make some splatter on the leaf.
Next: Enjoying color movement
Fun with Fall Leaves series