I went for a walk to the next village this morning. I took a photo of the old mill, and did my impression of it in watercolour. It has a chimney because if there wasn’t much water in the stream, they used a steam engine to run the mill.
More like printing. You spread paint on a surface, like glass, printing press, etc – in this case a GelliArts plate, and press a piece of paper onto it to pick up the paint. Then you add more paint and repeat as often as you like. I have a tutorial for the process coming up on Monday.
I’ve done a painting of a book my mum and dad bought me when I was 10 or 11 years old, The Readers Digest Book of British Birds. It has a tawny owl on the cover. It’s a bit scruffy now.
Day 20 Owl.
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