Title: Traditional Illustration
Type: Academic (UFRJ)
Illustrations in scraped Indian ink and watercolor. Some of them use photographic references. In the first technique, the ink was applied to the coated paper. Once dried, a stylus was used to make some hatching and remove the dark ink, revealing the white areas of the paper. For the illustrations in watercolor, ink in tubes and liquid mask were used. The wet in wet (bleeding and dripping) and dry brush techniques were applied to the illustrations. Complementary and analog colors were used as well.
Luminous Flower | First study in watercolor
Unusual Carnival | Serpentines made with liquid mask. Colored paper dots, feather on the mask and the harlequin’s collar in detail.