This week’s journal challenge was to use color. Actually, there was more to it than that, but I just went with that. Rendering a rainbow in watercolor was harder than I expected.
This week’s Diva challenge is to use the new official tangle Molygon. Well, I’ve used it plenty last month, even teaching it at a beginner class. One thing I noticed is that I cannot seem to draw my shapes the same size. They tend to get larger and smaller, so I wondered would they “fit” if they were all exactly the same size.
I thought about carving a stamp, but ended up just using scissors to cut some excess self-adhesive stamp rubber into the molygon shape and mounting it on a clear block.
Yep, moygon works if the shapes are identical!
But, it was boring, so I shaded it. Or colored, depending on your point of view. It was really fun in any case.
I had a request for a Renaissance shading book. Would any of you be interested in such a book?