I'm here again to share another drippy creation for Scrap Matrix....
A drippy girl.....
To create this one I used the following products:
I began by applying white gesso to my page and then sketched a face.
I then used the Prima Bloom Stamps.
I love this stamp set.
Everyone should have this in their collection.....
Firstly I stamped each one onto scrap card and then cut them out.
I use these as masks.
I stamp directly onto the page using archival ink.
NOTE this ink must be waterproof so it doesn't reactivate when liquid is applied.
I then cover that stamped image with it's mask, ensuring it lines up...
I then stamp the next image, overlapping slightly.
See how the mask works?
You are left with layered stamps....
Time to start adding colour....
I used Art by Marlene Watercolours, in both Bold and Bright and Whimsy and Bright.
I layer upon layer the colours until I am happy with the depth and vibrancy.
I aslo sprayed water and allowed the drips to run down the page.
For the face I used Jane Davenport Glitz Sea Watercolours.
They are just a bit softer.
I also added some drips to her eyes.
I then went in with a fine pen to add some details.
I also added some pen work to a few of the flowers, just to add some highlights.
Finally a few flicks of paint!
Love those drippy flowers....
and I love the white space around it.
Helps the colours to pop.
Keep your entries rolling in.
We love to see how you drip, spray and spritz on your creations.