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Old 01-04-2006, 09:04 AM   #1  
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Question Help with the Donna?

What exactly is the technique "the Donna?" and how do you make it look good? any tips??

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I think I know what you are talking about but I have no idea how to do it

The card I'm thinking of was a bike and the back wheel was stamped somehow many times and it made it look like the bike was moving. I studied the card but never could figure it out. Maybe some type of masking?

If anyone knows please clue me in

Here's a link to a card - it's not the one that I was thinking of but it's an example of the same thing:

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The arms look like they could have just been stamped many times using only one inking but the body would have had to be masked in order not to get the upper lines of the ball?

Here's a quote from the creator of that card: "The "Donna" is where you stamp the image over and over again giving it movement. I picked it up at convention this past year. It's way fun to do! "
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Too funny, Jodi! That snowman is the card I am trying to CASE...I have just posted in the gallery by the card, too. I'll report back here if I get any response there!
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The Donna is off stamping the same image several times to create a movement on the page.

At convention, they showed it using a racecar stamp - made it look like it was racing across the CS.

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Did they mask the original image, or just kinda pick up the "front" half of the stamp? Did they re-ink at all? Do they stamp off in the direction opposite of the motion of the object? My left brain and right brain are battling!! Thanks
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Spencer demoed it at Convention with a flower from the summer mini catalog - Mixed Bouquet, I think. No masking required!
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Would you be able to achieve a similar effect by stamping and then pulling your stamp in the direction you want your movement to go - and maybe just stopping along the way pressing down to get the image along the way?
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