Sunday, 3 May 2015

2 quick & easys

One day I'll go on a photography course as the colours of these 2 is nothing like the real life colours.  The background on this one is a lot softer but brighter irl & you can see more depth to the petals.

This one is using a rubbernecker poppy stamp, stamped in abandoned coral distress ink onto a lemon & scarlet brusho background.  I then use copics in r24, 27, 29 & yr00 & 02 to add some depth.  Masked then splattered with persimmon, festive berries & more coral distress ink.







This one is deep purple & bright turquoise in real life.

Dusty Concord & mermaid lagoon distress ink applied with ink dusters over postit note masks.  Once ready I misted the dusters with water and dragged across to create some movement in the water.  I also dipped a clean inkduster into some white acrylic mixed with pearlescent tinting medium and flicked against the card to create white wave edges. 

Inkylicous boat & reed stamps, dimension fourth branch, chocolate baroque clouds.

3 comments:

Claire Byrne said...

Oh I love these cards, they are fantastic

Sally H said...

Two very beautiful cards! What a gorgeous scene with the boat

veecee said...

Just found your man in boat card on Pinterest. Wow! Simply beautiful and your skill with the ink dusters is superb to say the least.
A question if you wouldn't mind answering :- when you use the white acrylic with pearlescent medium, did you do this Before stamping the tree parts and the reeds?
Thanks for sharing your talents