Saturday, 17 September 2011

Triptych & Clay


The walls are made from chipboard and run through the bricks TH texture fade.  Coloured with old brass, pewter and metallic rust lumiere paints.  Various colours of rub n buff used to contrast.


The clay pieces made previously were added along with the original key.


They were pieced together with tabs from my new TH alteration die.  The brads were picked up at the Harrogate show.  A bag of just brass coloured ones, not seen them before, usually have to buy a mixed bag.

10 comments:

downrightcrafty said...

more gorgeous creations
Hugs Kate xx

JoZart said...

That is so creative and effective Sam. Lots of lovely texture and techniques which I spent ages pouring over.
Jo x

Chris said...

Sam, this is a stunning piece. Love how all the colours are blended and all the texture you created.

Von said...

Superb Sam ! love the medieval look :)
Von xxx

Sue said...

This is brilliant Sam, I love your texture and the rub n buff is fab x

Cath Wilson said...

It's stunning, Sam - absolutely gorgeous. Didn't think I needed that folder but now I do, lol!! Once upon a time, gold and silver brads were all we could get and I used to sell boxes of 200 really cheaply - those were the days, lol.

Sid said...

It's fab loving the triptych !!

Neet said...

Fabulous Sam and what a great way to use your clay pieces.

Lottie said...

Flipping heck Sam - these are just stunning and that die is brillaint - and where did you get those 'walls' abolutelly amazing!

hazel said...

This is fabulous Sam, I love the texture - very creative.
xxx Hazel.

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