Let’s start a discussion:
What do you think about these works?
They look amazing. And watercolours are possibly the most difficult of techniques. I like the effect that the fuzzy areas give the whole composition, but I still don’t understand them, because some of them have what look like splatter or rub-offs evident. Is that part of the look or purpose?
@José Gonzalez I think you’re talking about the small clear spots. That’s salt, salt absorbs part of the paint while it’s still wet and that’s exactly the effect you achieve with it. Pretty nice indeed!
Very beautiful :)
I posted it on the Vernato blog and credited you guys!
Yes, salt makes the white spots and sometimes even splattering clean water will make some spots also. This gives watercolor a more fluid and impressionistic quality helping it move away from a stiff photo-illustrative quality. The best watercolors use water to float the color around in a spontaneous fashion, letting the paint do it’s own thing. It’s a more artistic and creative approach. Wrobel understands this and uses it to help counter the many hard edges that architecture has.
This is why i love aquarel. This is just insane. Thats national theatre in Prague, its awesome. Love the light!
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