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Fracture by latlansky Fracture by latlansky
8"x10" goauche on paper painting. I used one big sheet of wax paper on the wet paint and it created these cracked strips in the paint as it dried.
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richardcgreen Nov 9, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I was unaware that one can still buy "waxed paper".
It was common when I was a boy but was soon replaced
by 'plastic wrap,' or Saran Wrap, ie real plastic. I'll have to
look around for the original wax paper. Great textures...

dick g
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latlansky Nov 9, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks! Yeah, I get Reynolds "cut-rite" wax paper. It leaves really neat textures, and I like gouache because you can layer it, so sometimes I have layers and layers of wax paper treated paint on a piece.
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richardcgreen Nov 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I've used plastic wrap for years and have added various
thicknesses of other pieces of plastic. I have taken to
manipulating (pushing) the plastic with the tips of my fingers (when
the paint is still wet) to control the shapes of where the
wrap 'lifts off' the paper, leaving a different value.
Fun to play with. Thanks for getting back...

dick g
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latlansky Nov 10, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
I haven't tried that. Do you leave the wrap on the paint until it dries?
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richardcgreen Nov 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Yes, generally the effect is more enhanced
when it can dry thoroughly. And that can be some
time! HAppy waiting!

dick g
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