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Thursday, October 6, 2011

My last fugitive media piece

Hi there, Kit Lang here.  When I left you last, I had used watercolour pencil-crayons, watercolour crayons and a little charocal on my flower.  After it dried and I had ironed it to set the colours, I cut out the petals and fused it to a background composed of two pieces of my hand-dyed fabric.

I also used a micron pen to write the script on the right. 

I'm really pleased with this first experiment using fugitive media, and it will be something I develop for use again and again.

Further explication of the piece and what the writing is at my blog.

1 comment:

  1. Oh, I am glad you showed the gold leaf pen. I am off to your blog to read about it. I have a gold and silver one, but haven't been brave enough to use them yet.
    Sandy in the UK


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