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  • 1. Expressive Self-PortraitTechniques
  • 2. Using Gesso Washes• Thin the gesso withwater.• The more water thethinner the gesso wash.• Covers the backgroundbut with a morewatercolor effect.• Seems more ghost like.
  • 3. Drawing in Black Ink• Dip a pencil in ink anddraw with it for finerlines.• Use a pointed round fordrawing with a brush.
  • 4. Drawing white lines• Use a pencil dipped ingesso
  • 5. Painting in Acrylic• Takes more time tomaster the skin valueand color.
  • 6. Chalk Pastels• Looks ghostly• You need to build uplighter values.• Matte Medium can turninto a paint.
  • 7. Oil Pastels• Great for covering upcompletely• Turpenoid can thindown the pastels to apaint consistancy
  • 8. Transfer Paper• Easy to draw on andthen put onto yourpiece• Can use ink and acrylic