The Something Completely Different Challenge Blog is continuing its "torso" theme this month, and this week's challenge is black and red. Well, here's my totally awesome Michael DeMeng-inspired entry! I blogged yesterday about DeMeng's cool new app (for ipad or ipod) which gives fabulous recipes for mixing Golden paint washes. I couldn't resist stealing away to the studio today to play with paint. Here's some color samples I made:
The colors in the top row are oil slick, ushzz, serial killer red. In the bottom row are fire water, jelly brain and undead red. The torso ATC above is made on undead red.
I also decided that Michael, former bartender, needed to get plastered (so to speak). I experimented with fire water on plaster and the result was spectacular (IMHO):
Not sure what I'm going to do with the samples or the big plaster sheet, but I'll be sure to share what I do. In the meantime, I'm also submitting this to the for the Gingersnap Creations Supply Challenge (Paint). I just read the rules, and you can submit more than one thing, which is great because I was having trouble deciding whether this was better than this flag mini-album I posted earlier. Anyway, it was so much fun to play today! My wish for you is that you get a chance to enjoy some creative play this weekend.