drawings of crosses
wax crayon rubbings washed with water based paint and ink
wax crayon drawings sponged with water based ink
Here is my colour wheel
Some collaged crosses
More collages crosses, this time with some overlaps. Some of the paper I dyed was tracing paper. It keeps its strength and translucency and I like its crispness.
I had fun playing about with some of my digital photos with Photoshop. I printed one image on tracing paper according to instructions in Maggie Grey's "From Image to Stitch". It has worked really well and I can layer it later.Here are some more of my digitally altered photos:
I was cutting up a pepper when I realised the pith made a cross shape. Here are some of the images I got playing around with the photos on Photoshop:
Sorry, got this one in twice by mistake and can't find out how to delete it!!
At the moment I'm still working on the collages, with symmetry/assymmetry, counterchange, repeat patterns and distortion. Haven't photographed it yet, but no more time today. Will post it another time.