Ticklette 6

“Ruined Take Off” (aka: “Ionic Lift”) unfolded with the help of Tombo mono adhesive applied using a little hand-held applicator. It resists the subsequent paint layers. When the paper dries, it easily rubs off (like thin rubber cement). Interpreting the white areas it leaves is the best part. I saw architectural ruins and a floating figure which are outlined in black. Had I rotated the paper I’d have seen something else and you would be looking at an entirely different composition! I find this process great fun.

Ruined Take Off
(6″ x 6″ watercolor and Pigma micron pen)
Displayed artwork © 2012 Kim Reading. All rights reserved.

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