2011年8月20日土曜日

夏 / Summer


Wet on wetを使ったF4サイズの水彩画。数段階に分けて着色を行った。水の仕掛け方が難しく幾つかの課題ができた。一つ目は水を仕掛ける域の決定で細部を描きたい場所は避ける必要がある。この場合細部を描く時に「プール」から水を引いてくることになる。
もう一つは描いているうちに連続している水域の一部が乾燥する問題でこれは水域を2つに分けるか、水を補給しなければならない。ただし水を補給する場合過剰な水が逆流して着彩した域を犯す危険性がある。
 F4 water color work drawn by wet-on-wet technique. I painted this in several steps. There are things you should care. When you put water on paper, you should avoid area where you want draw in detail. In this case, you bring water from 'pool'.
 In large water area, you may find some area get dry too quickly. To avoid this, you separate large area into several one or supply more water. Be careful, too much supplied water may invade area where you painted.





 光線が当たっているところ、あるいは差してくる光の背景はぼかすというのは役に立つテクニックかも知れない。
 The area where is spotted or is back of light may be blurred.

3 件のコメント:

ZuritaP さんのコメント...

I have never used watercolors in my life. Wondering, how much do they cost? And where did you get yours? Local stores?

Your works are so impressive! And, by the way, how nice of you to alternate Japanese and English~! Thanks for that!

カノコガ/kanokoga さんのコメント...

You can get watercolor sets at your local art shop, I guess(Don't confuse watercolor with Gouache. They are different). They are not as cheap as pencils are. What you should consider is not pigments nor brushes (of course, they are important too), but what papers you paint on. You should get papers for watercolor. You may get some books to learn watercolors too.

Chito さんのコメント...

A different input. I love it, shows more about the work itself. The advice given. Greetings :D