“It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data.
Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories,
instead of theories to suit facts.”
― Arthur Conan Doyle
the smashed exacompta
a bonus smashed art journal background on watercolor paper
a bonus smashed index card
If you are going to smash paints, you might as well multi-task. So I smashed pages in the exacompta, a loose art journal background and an index card or three. For the exacompta pages, I actually started with a layer of peachy paint, then played around with the japanese brush I found at the craft store, with dry brushes of black paints on the first layer. When I started smashing, it sort of rubbed off some of the black dry brush marks which was a neat effect but I'm not sure I could replicate it!
Smashing is seriously messy. Use protection.
This is my art for day TWO of Art Every Day Month at Creative Every Day. Pop over, there is still time to join!