Friends are like the walls of a house. Sometimes they hold you up, sometimes you lean on them. But sometimes, it's enough to know they're just standing by.
Registered: March 9, 2004 Location: Midlothian, VA Posts: 852
Sun, Mar 27, 2005 @ 4:49 PM
The background is really very easy, but has big WOW factor! I used blue painter's tape and tore the pieces and adhered to cardstock, then brayered with black ink. When you remove the tape, you will have a perfect black and white zebra print. Note: when you remove the tape you will have little "splatters" along the edges from brayering. This actually makes the finished product look more like fur, so don't worry about it! (See my gallery for the same technique, adding color to make a tiger background.)