The "rainbow" technique can be done in at least two ways -- with a Gelli Plate, or with a sponge brayer loaded with heavy-body acrylic paint. Today's post features the latter.
Below: my mask Garden Montage (9" x 12") laid over a metallic gold substrate.
|Abiove: The paint has been placed onto palette paper.|
Having covered the left edge with this two-color application, I flipped the brayer over to start the next downward roll of paint. Flipping means that the blue strip will be widened and a new white strip will be laid down.
|Above: Created with 6" x 6" Trivet B stencil.|
|Above: Printed with Garden Montage.|
|Above: Created with 9" x 12" Longwood Florals Stencil and Garden Montage.|
|Above: Created with Garden Montage|
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