This is for Lydia's Mix-Ability challenge today - it's a fun one! I had a leftover background from my last spray painting session with my daughter, so I used that for my background - that is done on a cereal box, with several layers of spray paint. The pattern is made by laying a stencil into the wet paint, and removing it - this pulls away one layer and reveals whatever colors are beneath.
The image is from Impression Obsession (Church), and it's colored with Polychromos Pencils/OMS and Liquitex Paint Markers on a sheet of canvas.
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Fri, Nov 08, 2013 @ 10:48 AM
Love your BG...love even more how you share with us how to do it. Your image is so beautifully colored on your canvas - absolutely outstanding effect. Striking card, thank you so much for your inspiration, Dina.
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Sat, Nov 09, 2013 @ 8:13 AM
I just love this and in fact, your card is the one that inspired me to use Stampbord...it was a train of thought starting with me using a church like that on Stampbord in the past...never know what will trigger things in my brain...Ha! so anyway, I LOVE the moonlit look and glow you got and your BG sounds fascinating!! I always love your art work!
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