As I said to the youngest member of my family, paper makes a
big difference. This painting with acrylic ink was done on
mixed media paper. On watercolour paper the ink flows
in exciting ways, making patterns you didn't plan. Super.
On the mixed media paper, the ink doesn't even look the
same. The colour is not as bright. That's why paper matters,
but when the urge hits, like it did that day, I'm glad I made a
painting, and I'd feel that way even if I did it on a paper bag.
(I didn't, but you know what I mean.). Come to think of it,
maybe that would be cool.
To you the beautiful pansies in front of my house I say a
constant and cheerful thank you. You inspire me
again, and again on any paper. Have a great weekend.
Have a loving the learning of creating day.