Oil pastel paintings and more...
So cute!!! I love your process, Tanya! Have you tried colour shapers for blending? I've done some ACEOs in the last week or so and tried the shapers... they really work well if you use enough color. I see you have a new box of Neos :) They are wonderful!Lastly, my website has changed to www.roseherczeg.blogspot.com and now and then I do the ACEO size, so thank you for putting my website on your site. I have yours listed too!Hope the children (and you) are well!xox Rose
Rose, if you mean colour shapers with rubbery tips, I've tried them, but they don't work for me... I do use paper stumps and tortillons - I find them great for blending and detail.I'll change your link:)
Tanya,Thank you :) I have the tortillons and haven't used them, but I will. The colour shapers sometimes smear and that makes it messier.. but I haven't found the perfect blending tool yet.I am continuing to try new things. Have gotten back to watercolor and have worked a little bigger (just experiments at this point). I always come back to oil pastels on black... it's like a magnet for me and no other medium gives so much satisfaction and instant gratification. Your work always makes me smile! XOXTHanks for correcting the link and hope you and yours are well. Your children must be getting so big! I have one in 7th grade and one in 11th. My daughter got married Sept 10th and my oldest son got married Jan 1 of this year. I can't believe how fast the time is passing! Take care!
Wow! So many things happening your end... Congratulations!
Tanya, truly.. the fun never ends :)xox
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