“Skins” are made by pouring fluid acrylic paint (I use Golden) onto wax paper or some other non-stick surface, in several colors, and “marbling” with a skewer or a toothpick. They take forever to dry, but the effect is very cool, and the finished product can be cut or torn into various shapes and used in collage. Since no two ever come out alike, the process fascinates me. I made one that actually looks something like opal.
It’s a writing day, so I didn’t get around to this blog as soon as I wanted to. Like yesterday, it’s better late… Read More »