So here we are at colors... wait, where are we? Oh, right. Six and seven. A bright green and a blue.
This actually happened for a couple of reasons. The first is that the new, lighter color was a bit more transparent than the one below, so it didn't cover as well. The second is that I didn't really wait long enough for that olive green layer to dry, and I got a little "wet rejection."I decided to cross my fingers and hope that some of this bleed-through might actually improve subsequent steps.
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Forced slow-down ensued. I went off and worked on any number of other things for a while.
my registration jig for another project and forgot to put them back in when I returned to this one. The first print I dropped onto the block was not precisely where it was supposed to be.
Good thing I made extras.
I save some of these boo-boos, you know. Chop 'em up and they make interesting collage bits for cards and such.
At intermission the clown reminds us that today is the last day to jump in and comment for a chance to win "Drawing Lab for Mixed Media Artists." Now go get some popcorn. I'll hold your place in line for the restroom and I'll see you back here later.