I'm going to try my hand at another abstract, this time with my favorite blue color underneath. I started this one on a fourth sheet of Fabriano Artistico 140# cold press which had a "failed" painting of a flower on it. As you can see, the blue acrylic paint is very transparent.
You can see the flower underneath (which I'm going to allow and see what happens).
The color - a Golden acrylic in Manganese Blue Hue (a small jar given to me in a goodie bag of Golden products when Merle Rosen (a Cincinnati artist and Golden rep.) gave a talk and demo to the watercolor society last year (or year before).
Once this layer dries, I will put down two layers of greyed white acrylic over it and let that dry.
Then the scraping into the paint to show the blue color underneath begins...this will be done just like I did Bird's Nest Soup a few postings ago.