Sunday, July 19, 2020
Using watercolor as a medium will aways yield a unique card. No matter what pigments and paper you choose to use, water is the key to originality. Its fluid state allows for the colors to appear transparent or concentrated. I used Brusho powder on the following card.
Tranquil Tide A-2
Basic Black 5-1/4 x 4
Glossy White 5 x 3-3/4, Scraps
Archival Basic Black
Brusho Crystal Colour:
Clear Faceted Gems
I first slightly misted my glossy white panel.
I then began to sprinkle Brusho powder onto the surface. Only one or two colors at a time. I did my best to not place colors on top of each other. I sprayed more water, tilting my paper and dabbing with a paper towel if needed.
I made a couple of panels at the same time. Sprinkling brusho powder, spraying with water, tilting the paper, and dabbing with a paper towel, until I was happy with the result.
I then set these aside to dry. The color may change a bit after it dries.
I then stamped directly onto the panel using Archival Basic Black ink. I stamped flowers on the other panel and fussy cut one of them. I attached it using dimensionals to make one of the flowers pop.
I added the clear faceted gems and adhered the glossy panel onto the Basic Black and then onto the Tranquil Tide card base.
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