Yet another Brushless Painting

I was cutting some lapis lazuli and decided to use some of the blue tailings as a pigment – lapis was, after all, a popular if expensive pigment in much of European art history. Here I only had enough to suggest a sky.

Wild children. Ink, ochre, lapis lazuli. Painted with porcupine quill and sponge.

Wild children. Ink, ochre, lapis lazuli. Painted with porcupine quill and sponge.

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