Robert Brindley

Saturday, September 03, 2005

Painting Tip (3rd September 2005)

Pastel paintings are made up of a variety of ‘marks’ made individually or overlaid by ‘crosshatching’ or ‘scumbling’.

Blending can be achieved by using your finger, a ‘blender’ or pastel ’stump’.

Care must be always be taken in the early stages, not to ‘over load’ the surface you are working on.


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