Wednesday, 9 January 2013

Fangellitastic!

The more I use my Gelli printing plate the more I learn and love it, believe me when I say I have had quite a few go straight to the bin in the past but that's part and parcel of the learning process.

I have been designing some stencils and masks over the past few months and printing with the Gelli plate has taught me lots about that also.

First up is this print called "A Day on the Beach" incorporating one of my new designs, more to come on the new releases in a later post.

Andy Skinner Stencil and Decoart Traditions acrylic Gelli Plate Print


Here is another Gelli print with a bit of good old flower power going on.... Peace :)

Andy Skinner Stencil and Decoart Traditions acrylic Gelli Plate Print


Andy finally a Gelli printed tag.

Andy Skinner Stencil and Decoart Traditions acrylic Gelli Plate Print

These two children also come with accessories !



And before you all think I am going soft in my old age, they can be used on the darker side!!!


MWA-HAHA :)

Andy

20 comments:

  1. WOW Fantastic work Andy, love them all big time!

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    1. It's about time we saw your Gelli prints Kathy ?

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  2. Great stencils and projects. Your "gelli" work is terrific. Adore the boy and girl but the "peace" is my fav--reminds me of rockin out in the late 60s and 70s! :)

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    1. Now you are showing your age Gabby! LOL

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  3. Oh man, that last one immediately recalled the lyrics to Grapevine by Death Cab for Cutie. Evocative. You are quickly becoming one of my favorite bloggers! Need those stencils now. lol

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  4. Love your sense of humour and love your gelli prints, I have been having fun with my gelli plate too. Looking forward to seeing the new releases.
    hugs {brenda} x0x

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    1. My sense of humour just seemed to have earned me 6 un-subscribers!!!!.... Hey Ho :)

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  5. wonderful project..love this kind of art.
    susan s.

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  6. Love the maniacal laughter...almost like the real thing!! Can't wait for these to be available. Sneak peaks at the Smap Attic, next week, perhaps??

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  7. I keep looking at these gelli plates and can't decide whether to buy or not. Love what you're doing with them though Andy.

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    1. What I will say is if you go ahead and get one, do not give up... it has lots to do with colour choice and not over complicating the printing Lorraine.

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  8. Stunning examples! Like your kind of humour ... *hehe*
    I'm just beginning to experiment with the Gelli Plate, but I fear I can detect some kind of ... erm ... should I call it 'addiction'?
    Suzanne

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    1. ohh it's very addictive Grainne, I keep putting the plate away but every day it re-emerges!

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  9. Love your work and your stencils. Just wish it was easier to get the supplies needed for your workshops, here in the States.

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  10. Oh to have your mind's eye ... and your stencils. We NEED those here over the pond.

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