transfer of ink or chalk to paper using a sponge instead of a brush
Application of paint with a sponge for the purpose of creating an effect or texture.
A broken color effect produced by either applying color or removing color by pouncing with a natural sponge while paint is still wet.
A paint technique involving the application layer after layer of opaque and translucent paint colors with a sponge.
Used to create direct to paper backgrounds etc. A small sponge is tapped onto your ink pad and then softly rotated in a circular motion on your artwork transferring the colour. Working from the lightest shades of ink through to your darkest shades and repeating with the same shade if a fuller or richer colour is desired.
A painting technique in which a sponge is dipped in paint and applied to a desired surface. Using two complementary colors results in a marbled effect.
The transfer of ink to paper using a small sponge (usually a cosmetic or craft sponge) in place of a brush. The ink is applied to the sponge and then the sponge is dabbed/tapped lightly onto a piece of paper leaving a series of small dots. A sponge with many holes, squeezed tightly while sponging, will produce a beautiful lacy effect.
Creating a textured look to a surface by loading a sponge with paint and applying to the surface.
Applying stamping ink or paint with a sea, cosmetic, or kitchen sponge to create a variety of textures.
A technique that involves smearing ink on a piece of paper or embellishment with a sponge, usually just around the edges.
The technique of tranferring ink or paint onto a paper using a sponge in place of a brush.
A paint technique involving the application of a layer or layers of opaque or translucent paint colors with a sponge.