Sometimes the hardest thing to do when working on art is to know when to quit. This started out as a pretty decent pour painting but I just could not deal with an area I deemed had too much white. And so began experimenting with techniques and color in the offending area.
No matter what I did things were getting muddy in appearance. So off to my former craft room I went in search for a heat gun I had purchased years ago and never used. I didn’t even break open the blister pack. I didn’t find the heat gun on that attempt because I became distracted by glass marbles I had left over from another project.
They really added the right coverage and added a whole new dimension to the piece that I really liked. It just needed something extra to create movement for the eye. And so a former scrunchy bit the dust as I harvested parts of it to complete the project.
Hope it brings you joy!