Sunday, 30 June 2013

Grunge Paste Casey


This was really spooky!! I've been playing with my new body image stencils over the weekend and I'd grunge pasted this image onto one of the small mdf plaques and set it aside to dry, and then this popped up on my Blogger dashboard.

So as I was half way there I decided to give Linda's technique a go and I love the results!!!

Background is a mix of fresco paints in stone, mushroom, very berry, claret and squid ink.

13 comments:

Lin said...

this is wicked Sam...love the colours and the stencil is great for this technique!!

craftimamma said...

This is great Sam! Love the colours and stamps you've built up the background with. Off to check out that technique now.

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Helen said...

Wondered where you'd gone this evening! It looks great. Have you got any of that mdf left now?!

Rachel said...

Gorgeous artwork Sam!

Linda Cain said...

WTG Sam!

Linda Cain said...

WTG Sam!

butterfly said...

Saw Linda's post - terrific technique, and it looks great here, Sam!
Alison x

chrissies said...

Fantastic Sam and a terrific technique to try--thanks for the link

Love Chrissie x

Deborah said...

Lots of spooky things at the moment :-) Love your pasty Casey.

Marianne said...

You and Linda are thinking the same. Love you MDF plaque. Nice colour and body image. xxx Marianne

Netty said...

Beautiful results, hugs Annette x

hazel said...

This is fabulous Sam, I love the stencil.
xxx Hazel.

Gez Butterworth said...

This is stunning Sam. Loving everything I am seeing, sorry it's been a while.. life n all that, again!!

Hugs, Gez xx

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