Granulation portrait watercolour
A universe splashed in a microcosm of color. The cosmos created on 12 square centimeters. Really, what other medium is capable of doing this in the hands of man? Bravo Mr. Ziza!
Thank you Greyseal, you are too kind. It was just a doodle kind of play with granulation, but there might be more once I’m back home…
this is very like a lot of Rudolf Steiner influenced art, my brother went to a Steiner school and loads of his work was like this, there philosophy is to paint with no lines and black is not included in the palette. its beautiful,
According to Huan Miro, the black is the most important colour and in fact I like it, even if I don’t use it at all times…
Yesssss! My Jackson’s order finally on its way, even small telescopic brushes you told me about, its better be good! Like this texture here.
Glad for you Nikky. After trying some German suppliers (didn’t like their devotion to send goods via expensive services like DHL, UPS…) and trying rather tempting US – Cheap joe’s, and quite a few British suppliers I learned that British are the best of all. Although I still consider from Ken Bromeley I almost exclusively moved to Jackson’s Art (and Rosemary for brushes). JA are most reasonably priced and very professional whether your order is 10 or 200 Pounds. And they do offer a great variety of art stuff through well organised site. (Gosh I hope they give me some extra discount for this ad!)
Forgot to say: Cheap Joe’s wes OK but the shipping cost to Europe was absolutely outrageous so I had to decline…
Rudolf Steiner was a crackpot and occultist. These creatures are an amusing phenomena which pop up with increasing frequency.
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