hello, today I’m back in voice.
I’ll explain this picture to you today. you see there are very, very
many small lines in the picture and it can be emphasized. you can put them in. as structure into the colour. and then paint it with bright colors.
how I did it, that shows you I’m gonna go over there,
…so I was painting just now, a little moment, and that’s how you start: I’m gonna put on some red
and then add an ochre. and I want a colored
paint underground yes, I thank you
times with you for your comments that’s good for me, too. and you also wrote, my
you find soliloquies quite exciting with me it’s just so I have so
a lot of ideas in my head that I have to watch out for, that I don’t want to be…
overtake so i’m trying to stick with an idea add black ill-founded
a little bit of depth, because I I’m gonna go right over it with another color and then I need black underneath. that red under black has its effect. now the next color comes on and
I’ll get next to the cake lifter and pull just put the paint on it. i
apply the paint relatively thickly, because then it won’t dry so quickly. the
shall not dry yet, for I’d like some more
cat out. I’ll get the colour tone from underneath
in the front and just apply the colours. they can also mix easily. here comes my motive, i have something in my head and do this now. that’s a relatively long time wet, the color could also again
paint over it and scratch out the motif anew. one can have many ideas and thoughts and just feel into the line
and print them out here bring I’ll put the paint back on and
thus emphasizing the lines. so I’m just gonna move
the colour over it and the colour settles so in the deep end. I just left it to dry for a moment and
that’s dry now and it looks and I’m turning it around too.
just to get a new perspective for the area. that feels good, a little bit.
colorful. I was thinking, there must be a little pink on top and orange and
bright red and the whole thing must be try to cheer up a bit what a color combination. this is very, very good.
nice pink pink, with the orange cadmium orange, with the turquoise, which gives
it better? when the substrate is dry
the acrylic paint relatively dense, on the surface. so you can also use
painting water and the colours more fluid and I’m pulling them
therefore now back in the lines again so I’m changing it back.
and make it more colorful, and if you It would have turned brown when wet. now the whole thing is nice and colourful but
I don’t know. a little bit deep and so I try to
OAUS with a dark colour yes these small areas that have emerged they inspired me. actually.
I just wanted to draw a figure on it again but now they were these little more interesting for me and my family
I’m trying out for myself again. this red is just great
to draw this line, the the two areas trent and the can
…then bring you back to the forefront like that again. just by eating the full
tinting on it pulls Now I’m just going to let the water
do the work and just dab it in again and then I’ll know what to do.
if the colour is more transparent, then it will also become darker and when it
…and she’s all fat and she’ll stay that way… nice and rich, in that shade. which, by the way, this is just an empty
and I had filled them with black color.
you can also use it for lines paint. I actually wanted to
but then discarded again now she was still lying here, so I
just reached there and then you can just nevertheless quite purposefully with colour
you can try it out. can just be another empty bottle. yes I think that’s how I read it now
I’ve been working my ass off and I had a lot of fun.
and it’s been good for me. Painting just feels good. maybe you just paint now. this is where i’ve been hanging out now. i like the color combination and i like lines and a little bit of structure is there now, you can of course paint completely different again
but is meant to inspire you, that’s what this is all about, and I hope you take
just take some of it and just go for it. maybe now you have time and
access to the materials I hope you have a lot of fun thank you for your comment and for