I used these translucent colors to make some grungy prints on the gel plate. It also allowed me to easily incorporate this quarter's ongoing theme of TRACKS - through splatters, mark-making and repeat-stamping in the printed layers. I'm looking forward to sharing with you how I managed to balance all 4 colors within one project.
One of the tip given to us from PA HQ guidance for this topic was that Tetradic colour schemes can work well when you choose one of the four colours to be dominant, and the other three as contrast and accent colours. This prevents your project from appearing too busy or unbalanced. I therefore chose a prevalent colour for each of my prints, and off I went! I will not share the details of each of my prints as there are quite a few of them and each one is different but will give you a general idea of my process.
Would I change any of the process? I don't think so. When come the time to write the looong post I always think I should limit my steps, lol. But it is difficult to achieve for me... I hope you don't mind!
Create and relax with making art, or read a book in winter, as France suggests...