The first batch of three color separation monotypes are complete and the above are examples of images that pushed the process to a relatively wide range of color, values, textures, lines, and shapes. Some of the colors didn't translate well to this digital presentation and there may be some minor cropping to unskew the photographer's wobbly arm, but they're still readable. Each was based on the idea of Insanity introduced during class discussion and elaborated on the 8/24 and 8/28 posts. It'll be interesting to see how the initial experience with this processes expands in subsequent efforts. Refer to your monotype handout and your notes for mixing inks.
See you on Wednesday for the Pinwheel workshop with Carol Pulin.