The first image here is a greeting card cover ...
And the second image is the stencil I used ...
|Click on the above image to better see the 3D lines -- yellow on the left card cover and copper on the right card cover.|
|ABOVE: A CLOSE-UP OF THE WHITE METALLIC PAINT STILL HELD ONTO THE CARD COVER WITH GREEN MASKING TAPE (AT TOP OF PHOTO.)|
|ABOVE: A CLOSE-UP OF THE GREETING CARD COVER THAT WAS ALLOWED TO REMAIN WHITE; THE STENCIL HAS JUST BEEN LIFTED OFF.|
|Click on the above image to better see the 3D lines made with dimensional paint from a squeeze bottle.|
|Above shows the stencil in full.|
|The above close-up shows the blue outlines as they are being drawn around each part of the design, by tracing the open edges of the stencil.|
|Above: The stencil has been removed; the watercolor pencil lines remain.|
|Above: The outlining with textured paint has begun. It's just a matter of following the lines drawn with watercolor pencil. I felt no need to be exactly faithful to each of those original lines.|
|Above: The textured outlines have been completed; now comes an important step --|
|Above is one of the original new-way prints.|
version was made from the original green print, which I scanned into
Photoshop and color-altered -- now, it will be printed out for use in an
art journal alongside the original green print.|
Likewise, the above pail blue print is the original pull.
And likewise, the purple version below was color-altered in Photoshop from a scan of the original pale blue print.
|ABOVE: THE RUBBING HAS BEEN STARTED.|
|ABOVE: THE RUBBING IS FINISHED.|