Tuesday, June 30, 2020
And the designs and crops continue!
I'm still playing with cropping and designing...sometimes with success..sometimes not so much! Yes, this is an ok drawing/crop but honestly a crop doesn't need to look like 'anything'...does that make sense.
I guess you could say I jumped ahead to the design phase here putting pieces of my painted/stamped papers to create a 8"x10" page in my journal.
This was another deli background that I placed some of the pieces on. I haven't glued either of these in my journal yet. Still deciding!
We're now looking at texture pictures and creating stamps from those pictures. I just happen to find this foam stickie back sheet, which looked to me that it already had a design on it! So what did I do! Yep, carved out positive and negative foam stamps!
And then....I marked the areas I wanted to cut out.
So now it's back to finding some more texture pictures. I took some pictures outside while looking at the wood on our deck posts and rocks, which Hilary loves to print with. Who knows what we'll be doing next!
Labels: cropping, Design work, foam stamps
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Such a great simple idea that has so much potential!ReplyDelete
I like the idea of foam for positive/negative designs. You'll have fun with that. Your crops remind me of a character in one of the Inspector Gamache novels (ever read or listened to those? I love them on audio). Anyway, the character was a painter who focused his paintings in on a cropped view of ordinary objects... so much so that there was no telling what the object even was. Thanks for the top on the machine needles- I may have asked you that before. I have used them occasionally and agree that they are not very visible. I need to remember to save them for this purpose.ReplyDelete