|Patti Brady's Light Molding Paste Dog|
From the email bag Kim asks:
Do you have any recommendations/suggestions on what to use to sketch (lightly) on any surface where you would be using acrylic paint?
************* My answer *************
It also helps if you use a toothy ground to draw on. This will help the drawing media adhere to the surface. Here's a link to some more info on grounds that are cool to draw on: http://www.goldenpaints.
Then burnish the drawing, pushing the dry media down into the ground. You can do this by laying a piece of tracing paper or parchment over the drawing and rubbing lightly with a baren or an old wooden spoon.
Then, spray with fixative or my favorite, Golden MSA varnish. Just be sure not to over-saturate the surface with fixative or the acrylic may not adhere.
Now draw with dry media to your heart's content and paint on top. What fun!