I don't have a start to finish this time for my latest piece, but I wanted to show you ways of getting the most out of your art. This is nothing new for me, and if you're a visitor to my blog, you've seen me do this before---but I love to share, and spark some ideas for others out there.
So I started with a big blank 18 x 24 gallery canvas--which I don't like--that's big for me, but this time I took it one section at a time--almost like small little canvases--
And all together--
So from here--I saw the opportunity to crop different parts of it and make some more art--
pitt pens (the brush tip). For those of you who aren't familiar with them--they're india ink, and when you first apply them you have about a minute to blend them with your finger or damp paintbrush--they are wonderful to use, and they mix very well with each other, not to mention every color of the rainbow at dick blick for the best price. The best thing about them, is that once they're dry, they're permanent--they're not water soluble.
and next, I do what I usually do--
I can keep doing this with my art--mixing and matching, and it will always be new, because it's my art, and you can do the same with yours--all you need is a printer, and your imagination to make it uniquely yours!