(Sorry, you cannot see all of the mediums included - but it gives you an idea of the range of products included.)
I started with brushing on the 'High Flow Fluorescent Pink' onto my piece of paper. This is more of an ink texture and I needed a fair amount to cover the paper. Dried quickly.
Then a layer of 'Fluid Iridescent Bright Gold Fine'. This had incredible pigment - one of the best golds I have ever used.
Finally a thick layer of 'OPEN Phthalo Blue/G.S' using a palette knife. An amazing colour with green undertones.
I used the tip of the palette knife to draw the shape of the pear.
The rest of the process will involve me using other tools or a soft cloth to take away other areas of the top layer, which they said may take 2 days to dry completely.
It is like posh scratch art!!
I am thinking of using other colours to make some Christmas cards.
I am going to get my WOYWW post typed up now and scheduled for midnight. I am hoping to drive myself into Haverfordwest again tomorrow, so I need to spread my jobs out in order to have enough energy.
A reminder that registration is now open for Life Book 2017 - a year long mixed media project with amazing teachers. Click on the link in my sidebar to join in.