Thursday, August 30, 2007


Hello folks, this is a study using a technique - washed gouache - I learned from Marcelo Brucke Caribe. It's still halfway done, I started with pencil drawing then applied white gouache. On the next step I'll apply a coat of ink all over it and finally I'll wash the gouache out. The gouache will work as a mask keeping the ink from tinting the paper. All the other areas not covered with gouache will be black.
Once I'm done with it, I'll post some pictures of the entire process.
This one is based on a photograph.
Thanks for stopping by.


Patrick Costa said...

Interesting technique, I look forward to seeing how it turns out. Beautiful sketches below.

Eric Endo said...

Fala Doug!!

Bem legal.
Quando eu estava no técnico o Caribé foi lá dar uma palestra... ele manja mto!!! hehe... o cara tem várias técnicas "diferentes".

Vamos ver como vai ficar quando pronto.

See ya.

Megan Wolfe said...

Hey cool! It looks really good even at mid-stage. :) I'm curious to see the differance between this step and the actual finish.