Late again.What a scramble!!
This has got to change !!
And as for this piece of artwork, well
It started out all promising and lovely,
but halfway through I made a boo boo....
Stamp the Abstract Stamp onto a piece of A5 Theuva Card.
Black Archival always gives you the best crispest image.
Now start separating, isolating areas of the grid with Post-its.
I decided to go with the Wee Folk.
While the Post-Its are still in place,
add some Tumbled Glass with a make-up sponge.
It being Blue Blog Thursday and all that.
So far so good!
Couple on the bench next.
Time to tackle the area with the magnifying glass.
Cat from the Birdhouse Kit.
Grasses from the Birdhouse Kit.
Lunch from the Birdhouse kit.
The small moon mask fits.
Just when I was beginning to wish I hadn’t picked such a complex project for tonight....
Flowers top left.
But here’s where it went Pete Tong...
It was all going swimmingly too.
Note to self:
PUT LID ON BLACK ARCHIVAL IN BETWEEN USING.
Not quite what I had in mind;
so much for my glass pyramid!
But actually, if you squint at him and tell yourself he is standing in front of a corner, then the whole thing inverts.
Well, it does in my head.
Quite surreal actually...
Carries on undeterred....
Fill the areas one at a time.
Actually, the busier you make the areas,
the more you fill them, the better.
Small silhouette stamps are ideal.
Decided to liven it up a little with my colouring pencils.
Out with the Spectrum Noirs.
ANOTHER NOTE TO SELF:
Yellow on blue yields green.
Or in this case kaki green.
If you wanted you could add loads more to this.
zentangle and all sorts.
But for one, it’s 21.00hrs
For 2, less is more,
and For 3, my neck is blimming killing me
bending over this artwork for so long!
Enough I say!!!
It will do.
You get the picture.
Maybe I’ll add a little Micron Penwork tomorrow.
We shall see....
But the thing about these abstract grid stamps is they are brilliant for absolutely
Love and hugs,