A watercolor blog.
Back runs are the "blossom" or "flower" produced when part of a wash is too wet and the pigment is lifted up and forced to gather at the leading edge of wetness. Some people try to avoid them at all costs. I happen to like 'em.
Sunday, October 14, 2007
These were done today while my middle son was golfing. While I was sketching the farm scene, I met Bob the cyclist. More on that on the next post. These were done in a 7" x 9 1/4" Arches cold press wirebound sketchbook.