Here are some process shots of one of my pieces. This is about 3' high:
|Stage 1 (well, several stages in, but the first photo I took)|
|Stage 2, sort of|
|I think this is the finished piece.|
|This one is 3'x3'.|
|Drawing Mick Jagger|
I have loads more pictures, but I'll leave it at this for now. Thanks for visiting.
The best place to get Yupo is Jerry's Artarama. There it is available in pads, large sheets, and rolls, so you can work really big if you like. You can also get it at Blick Art Materials, but the rolls are more expensive. Why do they sometimes call it "Yupo Watercolor Paper"? It isn't watercolor paper at all; it is plastic! Excuse me, "polymer". It isn't even paper. Anyhow, it is what it is, and is a really interesting substrate for India ink and other media. India ink is cheap and available at virtually any art supply store.
Oh, one more picture. Here is the Class Picture, missing two participants:
|Is it my imagination, or did we all end up wearing black, white, and gray (except me)?|