I had so much fun making this 8×8 piece featuring Steampunk Sally for the 2 week reminder over on the Oddball Art Stamps Blog.
Sally is painted with Brea Reese watercolor and glitter inks. Colors used are violet, raw umber, cadmium yellow, pink, lake blue, and neutral grey.I used various scrapbook papers that were embossed, metallic or vintage clock/gear inspired. Various punches were used as well. Black Stabilo marks all pencil used to add depth.
Hope you enjoyed my post as much as I enjoyed creating this piece.
Little Rainy here graces the first page of my new art journal. She is my two reminder inspiration post for the Oddball Art Stamps Blog Challenge There’s still time to join the challenge!
She was painted with Brea Reese glitter inks, watercolor inks and the border was done with Brea Reese alcohol markers. Glossy accents was used to add a lil dimension and shine.
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There’s a new challenge starting today on the Oddball Art Stamps Blog! The theme is: Life in Technicolor. I made a few design team inspiration pages in my art journal.
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Each page was painted entirely with Brea Reese Glitter and Watercolor Inks. I believe I used all 14 colors in this project! They are so much fun to paint with and mixing the inks gives you an endless amount of colors!
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Today I bring you an inspiration post for the 2 week challenge reminder on the Oddball Art Stamps blog. Our theme is: A Sky Full of Stars. Full details on the blog.
I used Spooky Sue and Stars & Bubbles digital stamp images from the Oddball Art Stamp Etsy shop.
The background is painted with Brea Reese Glitter Inks in the following colors
- Lake Blue
- Cadmium Yellow
- Phthalo Green
- Neutral Grey
The lovely Spooky Sue is painted with Brea Reese Watercolor Inks in the following colors
- Raw Umber
- Lake Blue
- Ocean Green
- Cadmium Yellow
I used The Brea Reese fine liner pen in Ocean Green to write the Neil deGrasse Tyson quote.
Accented the page with white uni-ball signo pen. Also added some Glossy Accents over the Stars and Bubbles.
LOOK AT ALL THAT SPARKLE!! Brea Reese Glitter Inks ROCK!!
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There’s a new challenge on the Oddball Art Stamps Blog! The theme is “A Sky Full of Stars”. BUT… it’s always an anything goes Challenge! The random winners just get more prizes if they stick to the theme 😁
This week I used images #70 and #219.
The items I used for this project are as follows:
- Brea Reese Glitter Inks – Pink, Lake Blue, Violet, Cadmium Yellow, Ocean Green, Phthalo Green, Ultramarine Blue, Gold, Raw Umber
- Canson Watercolor Paper
- Waterbrush in Fine and Medium
I painted the background first and then painted Dehlia and adhered her to the completed background. I really wish you could see how sparkly it is!
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Spread Your Wings is the theme on Oddball Art Stamps Blog Challenge this month. Come by and join in the monthly blog challenges! I made a few more inspiration pieces featuring some creepy cute digistamps from Lizzy Love of Oddball Art Stamps
Fairy Bat GirlImage #69
Fairy Bat Girl is in my Dylusions Art Journal. She is painted with Brea Reese Glitter Inks. Accented with Brea Reese watercolor markers and metallic pens.
Halloween FairyImage #345
Me and the Halloween Fairy can’t wait for Halloween to get here! Honestly it’s Halloween year round for me! The green background, wings, spider and black speech bubble are all Daniel Smith watercolors. The rest of the page is painted with Brea Reese Glitter Inks.
Fiona FearyImage #170
Lil miss Fiona Feary is painted with Brea Reese Glitter Inks and Glitter Ink Pens. I custom mixed colors for her skin and wings. The granulated black background is Daniel Smith watercolor.
I hope you enjoyed my creations as much as I enjoyed creating them. Let me know if you have any questions or what you would like to see on my blog.
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Today starts a new challenge over on the Oddball Art Stamps blog
The theme is “Spread Your Wings”, although you don’t have to stick to the theme but the prizes are better if ya do 😉 Come over and join in the fun!!!
I made a few inspiration pieces. You can see them above 🙂
I used these Oddball Art Stamps images: