Here is a neat way of using offcuts and scrap pieces of grunge board, I literally save every scrap in a box.
Meet my Rusty fish family, or as my daughter used to call them Pish!
I roughly sketched some ideas onto paper first.
The main bodies have been constructed from scraps of grunge board cut to fit together to form a fish shape.
Each section was then given a different Timeworn technique and a couple of new ones
Rather than using scraps you can draw directly onto a sheet of grunge board and cut it directly from that.
After painting, each section was then glued into place onto a piece of card, once the glue was dry I cut the body shape out.
Hearts, cogs, wings and crowns where die cut, painted and glued into place for the fins and tails.
Have a good day,
I love them!! My sister paints fish and this just transported me right back to being with her. Wonderful.ReplyDelete
This is amazing artwork...love the looks of these fish...how inventive!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing...
greetings, Alie :-)
Love these :)
OMG Andy! Your talent is amazing! I love these!ReplyDelete
These are just glorious... as a newbie I'm only just getting up to speed on your amazing work, and these techniques are blowing me away!ReplyDelete
Wow clever you, I love them completely and utterly, I know just where I could hang one of those gorgeous little fishies!!!!!!!!ReplyDelete
What fab Pish you have crafted Andy !!ReplyDelete
Your rusty industrial fishes are awesome! I really love them!!!ReplyDelete
Love them !ReplyDelete
love your phis AndyReplyDelete
Totally you and totally gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Stunning. They look absolutely gorgeous, love it.ReplyDelete