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Oregon Waterfall

 

After laundry and household chores today, I fired up my new Handel and Bach downloads from MusicMatch and broke out the paints.

This is from a picture of a spot just east of Mt. Hood where the kids and I had lunch one afternoon while on vacation in the spring of 1997. It was gorgeous.

See the orange? I've never tried liquid frisket before. It's like rubber cement and operates as a masking element to prevent paint from entering an area that is to remain white. I brushed it on and it dried quickly enough. So I'm doing the background of the trees and having fun with shades of purple. But the frisket has to come off by tomorrow afternoon. Evidently I use an eraser to get it off. I hope it comes off okay...

 


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by Brett Rogers, 9/4/2005 8:43:48 PM
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