You know, I didn't really think about all of us sketching flowers using black frit. They are looking pretty darn black, aren't they?
You all did some very nice work! I love how many different kinds of flowers we all chose.
So many artists use flowers in their work, and I've never known anyone to say they hate flowers and mean it... They are a subject I always turn to when I'm missing summer.
I will keep things short today, because it's almost not today anymore :)
Here is a little blast of color to break up all this black and white!
Tomorrow, for Day 21 of the 30 in 30 Challenge
We have another exciting day floral drawings!
This time, we're going to use ONLY black frit, and aim to get a wide range of values in your sketch. Experiment with ways of applying the glass powder so that you can achieve areas that are very dark, very light, and 'some things in between'. Here's a hint: The distance you hold your sifter, fingers, etc. from your glass makes a difference. For lighter areas, try holding your hand higher, darker areas, work closer to the base glass.
|"Poppy Fields and Blue Skies" Alcohol ink painting, Kelly Crosser Alge|
Post Your Black Flowers For Day 21 Here!
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