I downplayed panels #1, #2, and #3 by doing them in white. Panel #1 and #2 are merged and done with an EF. #3 is a freeform snowflake die cut rather than a rectangle. I wanted the focus to be on the snow globe (circle #4). The bg of the snow globe was done with alcohol inks on glossy white CS.....snow and glass highlights were added later with white acrylic.
Date: Wednesday, November 1, 2017 GMT Views: 938
Registered: August 8, 2006 Location: Roseville CA Posts: 18310
Wed, Nov 01, 2017 @ 6:39 AM
wow. my eyes went straight to the scene, of course. but then i took time to savor the supporting layers - i love the gold layer, and the ef with the snowflakes on top. i love that holiday wishes (in its matching blue hue) is on a smooth part of the paper. the coloring on the globe is spectacular - it looks like real glass and with snow really falling. lovely.
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Registered: October 5, 2006 Location: Maryland Posts: 14301
Wed, Nov 01, 2017 @ 7:27 AM
Sallie, you are such an artist, sweet friend! Love your snow globe with the alcohol ink background- perfection for sure, as well as your beautiful texture with the background panels in white!! Thanks for always sharing your talent with all of us- hugs and I hope you have a wonderful week!
Registered: February 3, 2005 Location: Delray Beach, FL Posts: 34521
Wed, Nov 01, 2017 @ 8:13 AM
Oh, Sallie, wow! I look at this card, and the snow globe looks so very real. It's like a photo but even more like it's really there on a desk somewhere! Your coloring is amazing, and it's like the "snow" in the globe is actually moving! What a beautiful card!! Hugs! xoxo
Registered: June 13, 2008 Location: Vancouver, Canada Posts: 18720
Wed, Nov 01, 2017 @ 8:41 AM
That is an amazing snowglobe. It reminds me of one I had as a child - it was endlessly fascinating to me as we lived in England and rarely had snow. I loved the idea of it swirling around and falling on everything - but then we moved to Canada and had more snow than we wanted! Love the shades of blue and the sense of dimension you created with your skillful painting.