This is for Kyra's Mix-Ability challenge today - The image I used is an exclusive digital stamp from my pencil class. I drew in a random grid on each petal, at different angles depending on the direction of the petal's center, then filled in some of the rectangles with a Touch Twin Marker. I colored in the background with the same marker (CG6), and then colored the flowers with Prismacolor Pencils and Montana Acrylic Markers.
For the background, I used a variety of stamps from Impression Obsession. The sentiments is one of my favorites from Heart and Soul Rubber Stamp Co.!
I'll share more details on my blog another day. :)
Date: Friday, October 11, 2013 GMT Views: 1027
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Fri, Oct 11, 2013 @ 5:19 AM
Oh my, this is gorgeous Dina!!! I love that you have realistic pansies, and so beautifully colored, and then you have used the grid inside of them. What an awesome look!! I love the charcoal look surrounding and shading your flowers. The colors are gorgeous. Into my favs with this.
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Fri, Oct 11, 2013 @ 9:19 AM
STUNNING - when I saw the peek last night I thought you had used a crossword puzzle - it's gorgeous! Love the combo of organic and geometric! Well, I guess geometry is organic and fractals are geometric. I better have some caffeine!
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Sun, Oct 13, 2013 @ 6:18 PM
I wish we had "like" buttons on comments, because I would have hit that button on Lydia's comment - cracked me up! Dina, you are an amazing artist and woman, and this card is another unique and beautiful piece of work. You never fail to inspire me with new ideas. Great card and a wonderful challenge.
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