A little Bit of Japanese college Work

David M Scott

Visalia, United States

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With a 400 weight of cold press paper, I took ground minerals (Realgar, Azurite, Hematite, Limonite ( Ocher & Burnt Umber), Cobalt, Mica, Malachite, Carbon Coal, and Gypsum Crystals) I applied with my flat Sea Sediment Stone into the fiber of the paper, which had scribed drawn work of my creative works, Leaving several of the works unfinished, giving us the effect of lace work, not taking away from the center of attraction the main work on the College.
The scribe work on the Ivory Japanese doll give the hint of quilt works of the Kimono. This was one of my fun works that brought warmth to my heart and soul.
Enjoy and be sure to Zoom in and take in the Majesty of minerals.

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