Hey there friend.
I am so honored to be back for a new year, creating for The Crafter’s workshop. I hope you will enjoy the content I bring to the table and play along with me on this colorful journey.
Lets get started with today’s art journal page.
**The Crafter’s Workshop provided me with some products to create this project. The opinions I share, however, are solely my own. :)***
If you want to view the process you can click on the video below:
I wanted to represent my little family in these pages, so today I am doing that by making these 3 figures. Mommy, daddy and baby. It’s very simple figures, but I think it’s so powerful in the picture it paints.
I started off by using a page that I cleaned my stencils off on. For this I used 2 stencils :
I used bright colors like pink, blue and lime, but still retaining some of the white blank page, so it’s not overly busy.
Next, I created a border using masking tape and then proceeded to paint inside the border using a hot pink color.
Once dried, I draw out my figures in pencil and then start painting around the figures using TCW9016 Heavy Body Acrylic Paint – Spun sugar. I also added a craft paint in a sand color the background.
I let this dry a bit and then add TCW9022 Heavy Body Acrylic Paint – Grape Jelly in a dry brush method. If the purple gets too dark, I add more white or sand color.
Once I am happy with this, I add some Stabilo all in black around the figures and also use some paint over pens to doodle around and inside the figures.
To make the butterfly Wings I use a stencil set with butterflies, and stamp half of it using a black archival ink, each wing to the side of the heads, making the butterfly wing effect.
Lastly, I just add a bit more of the pencil around the wings to create that 3d shadow effect and add some white posca paint pen for highlight.
I hope you had fun with this project, and try to create something of your own. It’s so much fun to play like this!
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