Sometimes artists just have to let themselves go and just have fun. Today is this day!
Let us grab the textured sponge roll and have a blast. What is wonderful about this textured sponge roll is that the core is not cardboard, as in olden times. This roll has a plastic core, which enables it to be washed, squeezed, and dried for more applications. Hurrah!
so you may want to take notes. Just kidding.
This, my fellow artists, is a time to throw caution in the wind, and just have a ball!
Primary colors: blue, red, yellow, and spots of black
I could see this sparking an idea for painting on kitchen tiles.
The second roll created orange and more texture.
(And, people, I mean wild!)
But wait, let us look closer at each panel created.
what do you see in this panel?
Second Panel: ripples of water reflecting color
Third panel: a flower garden
on a panel I had previously painted orange red.
and instead of canvas, we sponge roller on watercolor paper.
It would be worth it to get ideas for future paintings.
– If you are still hesitant to use good watercolor paper, you could timidly sponge roll only one pass on the good paper and see what develops.
– You could use the sponge roller for a background by masking off your design first and then using the roller.
– Instead of watercolor paper, you could try Yupo plastic paper. On Yupo, you simply wipe off the sections you do not wish to keep. Yupo paper is a hoot!
The possibility list goes on and on.
think of all the fun you will have using it.
roll it in paint, and have a blast!