12 November 2009

Modeling the Hills

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Back in the studio again today -- yay! I added some burnt umber here and there on the hills to give them some shape. Might have to do it again in some spots; we'll see as I deepen some of the other colors.

10 comments:

Ellen Shipley said...

Really liking the burnt umber.

Terry Peart said...

It's really coming along. I learn so much following along, thank you!
I wonder though...is your paper damp through this whole long process? And if so, how do you keep it evenly damp for so long, and keep it from mildewing?
That's one of the main reasons I don't try such an involved print. (that and registration!).
Thanks again for letting us watch your process.

Zach VanDeHey said...

Print is coming along nicely. I will be very interested in seeing the final version.

Anita Thomhave Simonsen said...

oh yes...it really gives some depth into it...even though I did not miss it...untill now when you did it, Annie....

Annie B said...

Thanks for following along! About the damp paper -- I actually let it dry when I know I'm going to be away from it for a few days. I make careful note of how much moisture I've used to start with (eg. wetting every other sheet, wetting every third sheet, whatever works for that kind of paper) so that it's easy to re-wet the paper the exact same way when I finally get back in the studio again.

d. moll, l.ac. said...

Model hills, depth is happening.

Diane Cutter said...

This has been so enjoyable watching the development of this. The colors are wonderfully rich.

Kris Wiltse said...

The hills are taking shape. Really enjoying watching the process. Can't wait to see the final print!

Carole Baker said...

I'm enjoying watching this print develop. It's looking good.

Debra James Percival said...

This is really beautiful!