Hi everyone Dee here with a new post highlighting how I remember Andy's
I use Tando Creative industrial elements door plate sets & tags.
you can write/note on the back how he created the effects.
It gives you a tangible reference and can be very handy for inspiring you
when you hit a wall.
when you hit a wall.
I used Deco art Media paints and mediums/texture paste for the examples.
This one was created with silver, prussian blue hue,yellow iron oxide
& Deco page glue plus some salt.
This was stamped I stamped using Andy's stamps from the Shabby Chic plate with deco page glue then watery washes of Paynes grey with salt thrown on then dried. One half has a wash of Quinacridone gold on it.
I used an embossing folder on card that had foil tape applied then using washes of both Paynes Grey and quinacridone gold i dated it on to create the effect. I think the base plate was modelling paste through the clock stencil then same washes applied and stamped with any industrial stamps using metallic silver media acrylics.
Andy's rusted tin technique was used the detail are on one of his online workshops called timeworn. The base was painted with media crackle paint then washed with Cobalt Turquoise and followed with a dirty was a torn piece of paper was added for decoration.
A tag was painted with Pyrrole Red then using Andy's stencils Titan Buff was used followed by a dirty wash. Next I stamped Andy's Clock stamp and used a black die cut to finish off.
Gesso was stippled onto a tag colours of Quinacridone gold, Paynes grey and Raw umber were then applied over the top. The clock stencil was used with titan buff and i just added some accents to make it more interesting.
Crackle paste with weatherwood and hair texture paste put in areas then once dry knocked back a bit of embossing for interest.
Some more photo's
The whole set.
I hope this has given you some ideas on how you can use tags to help with your inspiration or to help keep a diary of different techniques.
Thanks for taking the time to pop by.
Cheers Dee x
Media acrylics & Crackle paint.
Totally fabulous post, Dee, and a totally fabulous techniques reference.ReplyDelete
Thanks Alison xDelete
<3 <3 great tagsReplyDelete
Thanks Heather xDelete
Fabulous project xReplyDelete