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I’ve glazed the moon with Quin Gold, and added some really bright green to the other area. YIKES! It looks horrid. But I like how the moon is shaping up.
I’ve used a darker color to define the shape of the moon – two shades of really watery blue. You can see puddles of it around the edge of the moon.
It’s still got potential! I threw some salt onto the wet areas of the not-moon.
I cleaned up the edges of the moon a bit more
Lifted some color to give it more depth
The salt worked out better than I expected.
I actually wanted the sky to be a bit bluer than it is, it’s got quite a green hue. But I’m leaving it, because I want to keep the salt effect.
Look at where I started, and where I’m at:
The last step is to add the heron, but I need the paper to be completely dry before I do it. Wish me luck…..