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Fabric Still Life

October 20, 2007

Well, I tried to do a fabric study with just watercolor, but it didn’t work out very well, especially the hat.  Luckily, watercolor pencils (in this case Inktense) came to the rescue.  I guess I’ll have to keep working on this technique. Suggestions are welcome….

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  1. October 20, 2007 6:14 pm

    Casey, this study turned out kind of neat! I like the soft pouffy look to the hat!
    Maybe one of the problems is that the 2 articles are too close in colour. Hard to define the edges between them. I haven’t tried this kind of study just in watercolour, but I think it would be quite a challenge!
    Try making a value study with just graphite to define your light and dark edges and folds.

  2. October 20, 2007 9:04 pm

    I smiled when I saw this as I am doing a little quilt block sewing and have a sketch started. Is that like great minds…. I love this little piece.

  3. October 21, 2007 8:47 am

    I’m still a complete beginner at watercolour Casey, so am completely inspired by your work. And learning from it too 🙂 I love this, and the old hardware before it, and the looseness of your cats … love them all! And thank you for the kind comments on my blog, I’m still hoping my Mozart will turn up. xx

  4. October 21, 2007 12:19 pm

    Great rescue with the Inktense pencils, Casey because this painting works for me. Would need to have seen a before photo to make suggestions – but I think your own advice, to finish mixed media, was the best solution. Maybe next time you won’t need the pencils. I’ve never tried a watercolour fabric study, not with lots of folds anyway. I’m a coward 😉

  5. October 24, 2007 7:54 am

    Oh Casey…fabric, I have a natural fear of fabric, it does just what it wants to do! It is something I also have to practice and stop shying away from. I do like the bottom half though and the pencils worked great!
    Ronell

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