I couldn't resist playing some more with Photoshop and prints I'd made using my StencilGirl masks and stencils.
Today's first art sample, below, started with my 6" x 6" Trivet C --
-- and heavy-bodied gloss gel into which I had mixed sand. After I'd spread this mixture thru the openings, my results were a surface with roughly raised areas of color defining the design.
Because those areas were 3-dimensional, rough, and uneven, it would have been impossible to continue with hands-on art-making in any attempt to add another layer print on top, either with paint or with collage.
But thanks to the magic of photo-editing software -- in my case, Photoshop -- it was possible to digitally merge the a photo of that imprint with a print created using my new 6" x 6" stencil LOVE :
My next digital experiment had the results below; here is a case wherein the digitally created image could be created just as well with hands-on art-making: a simple collage.
Above: The background was created using paper embossed with a portion of my 9" x 12" Garden Montage, shown below.
Sprigs looks like this --
Today's next piece of digital art looks like a simple collage:
Below is the last of today's digitally created art samples:
The background above was created with my 9" x 12" stencil Vintage Script. I chose that background to digitally merge with this LOVE print because I'd originally made this print on commercially available paper that came pre-printed with vintage script.
Vintage Script looks like this --
I encourage all hands-on stencil-users to try making digital combinations on phones or PCs. It leaves the original prints totally intact while at the same time developing new imagery. That's fun!
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