the following landscape was created by painting each colour on to a sheet of Grafix dura-lar wet media film overlaid on top of a sketch
Using a piece of masking tape I hinged a piece of Yupo paper to the dura-lar
after each application of paint I flipped the paper over on top and burnished with back of a tablespoon. I could then wipe off the excess paint of the wet media film with a damp sponge cloth and apply the next layer of colour. I worked from lightest color to darkest and had to apply the paint quickly at first but then added some acrylic retarder which bought me a bit more time.
I am pleased with the loose impressionist feeling that it conveys
might add just a slight bit more definition in the foreground foliage
image size roughly 6 x 8 inches
The Yupo synthetic paper is different. It accepts acrylic nicely. I kind of wonder though what kind of effect another type of paper such as a heavier rag might have produced. May try another (not necessarily the same composition)