I know this is ancient history; so three weeks ago! But I just had to share a peek inside Radin Chic. One of the trickiest things about working with watercolors for me (other than the threat of constant smudging and the dangers of placing a 2-liter bowl of watercolor water next to a MacBook Pro!) is creating a sense of depth. That’s partially the reason why I started experimenting with collage. I act more impulsively cutting paper than hemming and hawing over a sketch with an overly anxious eraser in my hand. Starting with collage, watercolor adds just the right amount of detail and definition.
Radin Chic by Alexandra de Lassus and Francois Simon
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