I approached the finalization of this print just as I would any abstract painting – intuitively. There was a rough idea in my mind and I really had no idea if it would work or not – always a scary thought when you are working on your one and only print from a previous video!
Here is the original print from the prior post:
And here it is finished with the steps from today’s post: (Editor’s note: once we have a picture without the product in it, we will update the post – it is too beautiful to be covered up!)
- Stencil Girl Stencils
- Square Dance Stencil
- Squares and Dots 9
- Circle Tile Stencil
- Joggles Foam Stamp Wonky Layered Circles Large
- Golden Open Acrylics
- Quinacridone Nickel Azo Gold
- Titanium White
- Titan Buff
- Van Dyke Brown
- Pyrole Red
- Fine Line Applicator Tool – Fine Top
- Winsor Newton Masking Fluid
- American Masters Printmaking Paper
- Gel Press Plates
- Cheap Pastels
- Single Edged Razor Blade
- Schmincke Aqua Bronze (TroCol) Powders, Pale Gold
- Packing Tape (Clear)
The first step with new asemic writing, I was the most worried about. But it worked really well – making a slight shadow behind the original writing.
I always like a little glitz and I really LOVE having these packing tape paint transfer pieces on hand for cards and stuff and they are great fun to make!
And I love layers! Using the circle theme with various stencils, really made the bottom part of this print way more interesting and it has more depth.
And the triangle with the stamp and the masked writing coming through is my favorite area!
I had fun with this and cannot wait to frame it and get it on my wall! I hope to work more with the Gel Press Petites in future videos!
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