Part 4; Repeating the Process - Red, Blue.
Blocking & spraying paint - red:
Now you are going to perform the spraying and blocking process again, only
this time you will be spraying red paint.
Remember to experiment; do not get bogged down trying to use logic the
first time. Be bold!
As with the yellow stage, block only a few areas at first.
Take the 10% jar of red. The reason we are using this first is because the
dilute pigment will give us a greater range of subtle color. The red
application is exactly the same process as you used with the yellow coat,
Except you will spray with the weaker red after each of the first three
blocks. Then change jars to spray with the concentrated red. Block, spray,
block, spray etc.
After you have finished the final coat of red, use the sun or hair dryer
again and repeat the `Washing down the canvas' section.
You will now have a surface rich in colors and tonations from yellow to
red, with secondary colors from pink to orange in between.
Blocking & spraying paint; blue:
Now the instructions become simple through repetition; proceed with the.
block and blue as you did with the red, using the thin blue for the first
three blocks, then switching to the more concentrated blue.