Hi guys and welcome back to Andy's Blog
It's been a looong time, but I'm so happy to be here again, to share with you my take on the Altered Book Cover challenge for March.
You still have a couple of days to play along, since the challenge closes on Sunday. For more details, click on the link https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=10161385546559008&set=gm.4992078744209215
So, I decided to alter the cover of a book, that I had in my library forever. It's a story collection by Stephen King, called "The Bazaar of Bad Dreams". That was dark enough to inspire me :)))
I was so thrilled to start creating again, so I thought of making a process video, to show you some ideas on how to create dimension and texture on your projects. In the video, you'll see that I use very simple and easy-to-find materials, that we all have in our houses.
What is more, I wanted to share with you some tips on how to use stamps and stencils, in a not so common way.
Artist Pigment Paint
Paynes Grey, Prussian Blue, Cobalt Teal Hue, Transparent Yellow Iron Oxide, Quinacridone Gold, Raw Umber
Tools and Supplies
Polymer clay (any clay is fine, you can also use airdry clay)