This is the second in the series of Leather and Lace paintings. I opted to change the color of the lace in this one, rather than vary the lace pattern. If you compare them, this is also a thicker "fiber." And instead of using rawhide, I used the twisted yarn of the lace to lash the panel to the leather.
I was asked to explain a little more about the two products I used to create the paintings. There are fillable markers on the market that will dispense fluid acrylic paint (I used Golden brand High Flow Acrylics) via various sized nibs. The ecru lace on today's painting was made with a flexible nib that allowed me to make thin and thick lines, like a round paintbrush with a good point. The bra was made with the same color paint, but with a firm nib that dispensed the paint in a finer line. The lace and dots are quite different in texture from the background lace. I loved the discovery of both the paint and the tools.