Wednesday, 18 September 2013

The Dripping and Blobbing page...

Ok, so I've tweaked it and think it can be shared now.... the dripping and blobbing page I referred to in a previous post....

this is the finished page, which I don't mind so much now...
this was the stage it was when I didn't like it!  I thought I had taken some photos of it before it got this far, but I can't find the file I've saved them into....so maybe I didn't!!

The background is Squid Ink, the stencilling is with grunge paste, sanded back. The heart stamps are by Darcy_UK  and the dripping is the Bombay Inks in Magenta and Turquoise.  The white blobs are Snowflake Fresco paint, flicked from an old toothbrush.

I then added two Lonely Girl images I stamped on an old book page, painted with what looks like Eggplant.  The sentiments are the Snazzy blog win and are by Kaisercraft - and I really like how well they stamp for clear stamps!

9 comments:

isisimaginings.com said...

Fab page, love the drippage & splatters.

Julie Ann Lee said...

Those Indian ink drips look great! I like the idea of using an old toothbrush for applying paint. I must have a go at that one! The texture and experimentation on this is fabulous, Helen! Thanks for sharing! Julie Ann xx

Etsuko Noguchi said...

Oh! That is fantastic and beautiful!! I love the colours.

brenda said...

Ooooh, what a lovely inky piece of artwork Helen.

Top of the block still.

B x

Lori said...

Love the blobbing! lol...good title!
Wonderful pages!

sam21ski said...

Great dribbling and splatting, they both look fab but obviously the first one is housing one of my fave images - lonely girl, she's looking great!!

Sam xxx

May said...

Fabulous pages...Love the dripping & colours...the images are fantastic... Hugs May x x x

butterfly said...

Really loving the dripping and blobbing (toothbrush for flicking - great tip, thanks!)... and the colours are wonderful. No reason not to like the earlier stage - it just wasn't finished yet! The double image of the woman works brilliantly.
Alison x

craftytrog said...

I love a bit of drippage Helen! This looks fantastic! x