With Collall Aquatint you can make the most colorful things. It is a highly concentrated watercolor with dyes. You use water as a solvent. It's for sale here, for example.
Application:Gives colour to paper, filter paper, tissues, cardboard (egg boxes), wood, and other absorbent materials (cotton bulbs/discs). Many techniques are possible with the help of: brush, drop pipette, straw blowing, mudfrade, spray bottle, refill brush, wax crayons etc. All colours can be diluted with water and mixed with each other.
I thought it would be nice to make a salt drawing.
Supplies: watercolor paper- Aquatint (red-orange-green-yellow-brown-) Collall Sprinkle can salt, pipette, Collall cuddle glue, brush
1. The base is not difficult. Schematically draw an autumn leaf and glue all those lines with cuddle glue. Use the salt can and sprinkle the salt on the glued areas. Knock off what's too much and save it for another time.
2. Now use a plastic pipette to suck the chosen color and gently release it on the salt edges. You will see that the salt absorbs the liquid very quickly and thus saturates the color in it.
3. Alternate the colors to make as much variation as possible
4. Give the outer surface around the sheet a colour with a brush and let everything dry well.
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