The second session of the workshop I taught viscosity inking. Viscosity, mostly because I think it sort of has to be covered even if it ends up going over most people's heads. Carla, one of the students, pointed out that I use many food metaphors when I discuss technique--for viscosity, and the way the thin ink resists the stiff ink, I used the example of cocoa powder poured over water failing to mix, but mixes the other way around.
The face I draw when people watch me draw is pretty obvious and repetitive. My repertoire of things I can draw while talking and being observed is now this face, a skull, and maybe hands doing something. I need to expand.
The blue shirt is the viscosity roll, and I finished theprint by added a couple of blue arrows from a potato stamp:
This fellow is a two plate print, with the first print utilizing viscosity inking for the light blue part of the pajamas:
And here's another version of the same image. I reworked it from the ghost of the previous print, but I changed the color so much it's not really evident.