The photo below is a close-up of black cardstock that became background for spreading heavy-body matte gel medium thru a stencil using an old credit card. After the gel had dried, I dry-brushed over the raised areas with silver metallic acrylic paint. In this blog post, I give step-by step photos and directions on the dry-brushing technique.
The 3-dimensional imprint above was made with M and Y (m267), one of my two 4" x 4" mini stencils/masks --
|M and Y, measuring 4" x 4" (m267)
|R and E, measuring 4" x 4" (m268)
M and Y (m267) was also the stencil I chose for making the first two prints below:
|The background was highly textured with several heavy body acrylic paints, mashed with an old credit card to form peaks and valleys. After that had dried, I used M and Y with a mix of zinc white (translucent) acrylic paint and Titanium White (opaque) acrylic paint.
|Light magenta acrylic paint mixed with white molding paste, applied to dark blue cardstock. Metallic gold crayon was added to two corners after the paint had dried.
R and E (m268) was the stencil/mask that I used in creating the two prints below:
|Borders: metallic crayon; print: light magenta acrylic paint mixed with white molding paste.
|Bottom layer: gold metallic acrylic paint. Top layer: Titanium White (opaque) acrylic paint.
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