Tuesday, September 5, 2017

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With the next background I went a bit on the geometry tour.
I used some stencils, sprayink and acrylic paint.

Next I gessod all over it, knowing that the inks would spread.

In the lines I suddenly saw a big arrow, which I painted black,
this led to the arrow stamps, the stars are in the same set, hence the stars.

I gave it a nice glow with some gold interference paint. Hard to capture on photo though, but I think you can see a glimpse of it.
I'm not sure of the center image, thinking of a globe instead, we'll see how this ones evolves (probably I will need to do a follow up on the 100 backgrounds, 100 finished pages J)

Saturday, September 2, 2017

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my 81th post this year,
one more already than all 2016,
next goal: 97 (posts in 2015)

I started out with just putting some random things on the page: 
collage with paper scraps and some stencilling

Next the acrylic paints came out to play

I like the yellow and the bold colors,
but they don't seem to work together very well,
so I obscured the bold lettering with a magazine clipping

better, after some more fiddling with oil pastels it looks like this

I see a silhouette of a face in the left corner (though not very visible on the picture)

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It's been a while,
not that I've not been crafting,
just not been blogging.

My next background in the series is very grungy,
It started out with this black and white collage

and evolved into this

I think this would be a good base for a masculin card.

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

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I painted these rectangles with some leftover blue paint from previous page.
I chose rectangles in contrast with the circles from that page.

Colored the rectangles with a yellow and orange posca pen.

added some more color with acrylic paint and pattern with a background stamp.

some white acrylic paint and doodling to finish.

Monday, August 21, 2017

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Hello and welcome,

With no clue on how to start the next backgound, 
I just grabbed the toiletrol that was on my desk and used it to stamp some circles on my page. 

I was thinking of the ocean so I colored some circles blue and in between the circles a different hue of blue.

The blank circles suddenly screamed yellow,
so I needed to silence that voice J

After some stamping, doodling and some white acrylic paint the background turned into this

Sunday, August 20, 2017

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Wat do you think of this ethnic looking background?

I started by coloring in a stencil with a white crayon (= resist)
after wich I sprayed it with some Dylusions spray ink.
Lastly I added some black stencilling (one of my new ones I cut with my silhouette)

Saturday, August 19, 2017

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For my next background I started out by stamping these tags all over the page:

I colored them with neocolor II and spritzed some water on the edge and let that drip