Portrait of the model as...Among Jim O'Neil's albums
Portrait of the model as an abstract obstruction
'nother addition to my 'the model as a 'scape' set. Brushed ink and oil pastels on 11 by 14 inch sketch paper.
Portrait of the model as a brick edifice
OK, bit of a joke. Watercolor on Bristol vellum, 11 by 15 inches
Portrait of the model as logs in a glade
Watercolors and water soluble oil pastels on 11 by 14 inch sketch paper
Portrait of the model as a boulder
Watercolor and Pitt's 'Big Brush' pens on 11 by 14 inch Bee's sketch paper
The model as a semi-abstract concept encompassing all space and time
Watercolors (Creatacolor Bricks) on Strathmore's Bristol smooth 100 pound paper. 11 by 17 inches
The model as a coastal mountain range
I originally posted this as a straight watercolor on 4 November titled uplifting. Yesterday I happened to look at it sideways and decided with some modification she could join my The model as a 'scape set. So! what started out as a watercolor is now mixed mediums; watercolor and soft pastels. On Canson's 140 pound cold pressed paper, 9 by 12 inches.