City Skeleton

I like working with the thin applications of masking frisket. The curved trajectory of the traces form regular beads of fluid, which become the source of intersections, when I jostle the paper from side to side.

After my frisket network dried, I dripped ink into its midst. I used sepia and blue inks. They mixed very well with the aureolin yellow, forming greens and greenish browns. Next came red ink, which yielded purples and oranges.

Watercolor and Ink: Abstract - City 061417

City Skeleton
12″x9″ 140# Cold Pressed Watercolor Block

I like the color distribution across the breadth of this composition. I’m also glad I stopped before muddiness ensued.

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