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Sunday, February 22, 2009

OCEAN DREAMS

Here is an altered page I made using a variety of texture techniques. I painted a used dryer sheet with acrylics, inks, temperas, moulding compound, and one of my favorites - cheesecloth!


9 comments:

Genie said...

Love the colour and Texture, just beautiful

teri said...

Wow - the texture you achieved is incredible. Blues and greens are always my favorites, so this piece is very pleasing to the eye for me. Thanks for sharing!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

What great texture and gorgeous color you have created in this spread. I love cheese cloth and used dryer sheets, too, but never considered using them with molding paste. Great eye candy.

Anonymous said...

texture and colours are wonderful Daphne! Very nice ! I must start recycling my dryer sheets and try this technique. Beautiful art! Judy

CC in WI said...

Wow the texture looks amazing and I bet if is even more delightful IRL!
Thanks for inviting at AB group.

Max said...

The cheesecloth and dryer sheets look smashing especially with your color choices.

bloubell said...

Love the background and your combination of colors is my favorite. Beautiful! The beeswax is really good too.

Laura Kay said...

I had fun looking through your blog. Your art work has alot of detail...texture.

Val Foster said...

I love what you have going on here with the texture Daphne. Very, very cool. The colors are great also. I love using cheese cloth in my art too. I'm partial to tea dyed cheese cloth. But cc dyed with any color works for me. This spread is beautiful. Kudos to you.