Want to know how I created the looping lines on this flexicube? Check back next month for the explanation.
ANSWER TO MYSTERY TECHNIQUE #36: This is a sneak preview of part of a origami flexicube that I’ll be sending off to an exhibition next month: it’s part of a skink’s head. I began with Permanent Masking Fluid to save the white lines; after it dried, I painted the ground with a mixture of Daniel Smith’s PRIMATEK mineral pigments and Granulation Medium. Next I painted the skink and used a damp piece of sponge to remove some of the paint from the white lines. The last step was adding stippling with a black Pitt pen.