Weaving textural color


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Weaving textural color

It's one thing to talk about something, another to actually do it. Making textural colors and balancing textures against areas of quiet, is worth reviewing and seeing for yourself. I'll demonstrate with materials I have here in the studio, a variety of ways to make textures that can be replicated in Photoshop, and can be scanned and saved as your own textural colors. We'll start with water color, and contrast a smooth gradient against the surface using kosher salt and sponges. It can easily be moved and removed giving it's flexible nature.

Goache is another water based medium, that in this case we'll play with on a tone paper ground. It has the properties of being laid down in a very flat method, or as a thin clear string of color. The mark is very consistent and clean. Acrylic paint is also water-based and a very flexible medium, as it was invented to mimic many of the properties of oils. It can be laid down in a smooth tone much like water color and goache.

And can be used as a glaz...

Weaving textural color
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