I've been playing further with very bright colours for another version of my Cotswold Edge pieces.
Using a cut down credit card, I dragged acrylic paint over several sheets of computer paper - chosen for its tearing qualities. I rolled a very dry print roller (brayer) covered with a suggestion of black paint over the top of one. I then tore the resulting papers into shape and stuck them onto a ground paper before photographing them.
Play in Adobe Photoshop then followed to intensify the colours which were intended to reflect the colours of the Cotswolds - green hillsides, blue mill streams and the red wool fabric previously seen in the field around Stroud as it dried.
There were several versions - these are just three that I chose as they seemed to come closest to what I was trying to achieve.
All are all just a little too vivid for working on, I think, but it's been a fun exercise to do.