All the shapes on this large stencil are great for a wide variety of applications. I am working on watercolor paper with a variety of paint opacities to build layers.
I placed two pieces of watercolor paper under the stencil and lightly misted
over the surface with acrylic ink
I like the varying degrees of coverage I got.
Since there is still quite a bit of ink sitting on the surface of the stencil,
I placed it over another paper that has several layers of acrylic paint.
You may notice that I used Wendy Aikin's Waterway stencil as part of this design.
Using a paper towel I rubbed the stencil to displace the ink onto the paper underneath.
The result is a faint mark that ghosts the more opaque ones made with the same stencil.
Because I like to vary the scale of the dominant shapes on a piece,
I hand-painted partial circles across the surface.
I used a brush and quickly painted several squares on this piece.
Next, I will work back into the larger shapes with a bright opaque yellow.
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