Earlier this year I experimented with silk screening on the budget plan. The results were so-so and I was eager to cover my tracks, so to speak, with more layers.
As always, my difficulties come in the technical aspects. In the case of silk screening I plop down either too much or too little paint. This causes either incomplete shapes or paint blobs outside the lines of the shapes.
One good thing about imperfect samples is you’re not worried about ruining earlier work.
I like the two color effect which would have been even better if I had always started with the lightest color. And I’d be interested to know if there’s a special art school class in naming paint colors.