Friday, 29 October 2010

Spray and Paint Backgrounds


This one was created with lime and vanilla custard Dylusions spray ink and Dylusions orange paint and black eco-friendly paint.


This one was created with numerous Dylusion spray inks, lime, vanilla custard, cyan, aubergine, fuschia, granite, burnt orange mica spray and orchid eco-friendly paint.  I used this background for the easel card in the previous post.


This one is burnt orange mica spray, warm leather, post box red, fuschia spray inks and orchid and black eco-friendly paints.


This one is made with aubergine, fuschia, granite spray inks and black and orchid eco-friendly paints.


This one was made with lime and vanilla custard spray inks and patina green and butternut eco-friendly paints.  I used this background to create my first easel card as shown in a previous post.


This background was made with post box red, cyan, granite, aubergine, fuschia spray inks and blueberry and patina green eco-friendly paints.

6 comments:

downrightcrafty said...

wow gorgeous but love the second one up
Kate x

JoZart said...

I love the backgrounds particularly the op art slashes on them... .now I know how you did the background on your previous green card, very effective!
Re your ? ..how I can leave my garden?... if you saw my 3 grandees there would be no question! There are other garden to see but I need to see the precious little'uns whilst they grow.The garden is too big and I can't handle it by myself so now we pay for a professional gardener.
Jo x

LazyKay said...

Lovely effects on these backgrounds plenty to work with here - lots of variation.

Have you every tried Krylon Webbing Spray too? It gives a textured sort of cobwebby effect - worth a go if you get the chance.

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Sid said...

My word !! you have created some fantastic backgrounds with the sprays and paints......love them all Sam !!

Zoechaos said...

Wonderful backgrounds fabulous colour mixes and the uses to which you have put some are glorious to see. xx Zoe

Chris said...

Fabulous backgrounds Sam. Bet you had a wonderful inky painty messy play! :o)

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