Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Removing Resist

 A resist is used to describe when two materials or media repeal each other either chemically or physically. Wax, crayon,or a liquid like a rubber cement are some substances used to make a resist. The piece above is where I painted, it dried, then I painted on liquid Winsor Newton resist, after that dried I painted several layers of color and paint over the top, that dries, then I show when I removed the resist as you can see.
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1 comment:

Kirsten Ashley said...

You did some great work with resist. Previously, I've only seen demonstrations where resist was used to preserve watercolor paper, not a color beneath the resist.I've been itching to experiment, and your video gave me a few idear's. (Which is good as I'm predominantly self taught.)