Tissue paper was applied with P.V.A. glue.
A layer of Quinacridone Crimson acrylic paint was followed by Indian Yellow acrylic ink dabbed on in places.
Metal Effects paint and Rust Patina were then applied, and this is the result…
…and here are the close ups
you 'play' with so many techniques! wonderful to look at. What do you do with all your samples? How do you store/display? Also have you see Arteffects by Jean Drysdale Green? Not that you need inspiring!
Just wonderful, use of stitch effects, everything.
What an interesting end result, it really looks like rust.
Wel done Lynda this is fantastic, you are doing some very innovative work.
Well done Lynda these samples just keep getting better.
Great samples again, they really do look like rust. I'd never have thought to stitch on plastic like that. My cheque book is coming out to enrol with Sian for C & G next week. If I can learn to do anything half as good as your work I'll be pleased.
that's yummy Lynda
Lynda this looks fabulous. I have one 'silly' question/request, could you tell me what quinacridone acrylics, metal effect paint and rust patina are, photo the bottles, and where you got them from. I feel very out of touch sometimes out here.
I just love what you are doing with these Lynda. The tchnique is new to me and the colours and textures are unbelievable.
You've outdone yourself this time!This is incredibly fantastic stuff!
Amazing!! Love the end result!! Where do you get all your ideas from, and how do you know what products to use - I've never even heard of half the products you mention?
Love the colours and the textures area great.Hugs, Alis
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