The whole idea of setting up Glass Siren studio was about having the autonomy to experiment fluidly. Its taken ten years of solid graft behind the scenes to get to this stage where almost everything is in place, and to be able to move forward with ideas without the whole studio turning into junk yard as the ideas progress. These are some continuation ideas on the Romeda print which has just been made available on the main shopping area of the site. I've been working with three individual tones of charcoal acrylics on this production. The shots you see here are the component parts of the variant of this print which is being developed, working with selected areas of the composition and overprinting with very dilute metalic compound inks to raise portions of the image giving an enhanced three dimensional quality, something which becomes very noticeable under direct lighting conditions. The other areas of the print will have subtle silver and gold element worked into it before its completed.