This one sort of got away from me. I used collage, alcohol inks, Dylusional Spray Inks, Liquid Pearls, rubber stamps, Ranger Paint Dabbers, water color pens, pan pastels, Faber Castell Pitt artist pen, watercolor pencils, Geli Art gelli plates, Golden Fluid acrylics. I think that's everything.
I watched All About Faces by Julie Fei-Fan Balzer, which inspired me to make a stencil of a face. I traced the primary outline from an old charcoal portrait, then followed Julie;s tutorial and it worked! I'm definitely going to try another one. This is the first face that I've ever painted. Using the stencil…
This art journal page started out with watercolor, then some collage, rubber stamping, spray inks, acrylic paint, and stencilling. http://www.procrastinationrehab.blogspot.com
I made this collage after purchasing Julie Nutting's book Couture Collage. The background was painted with acrylic paint, then stencilled and stamped. Used various scrapbooking papers and rice papers for dress.
Art journal page – collage, acrylic paint, rubber stamping, a little zentangle, http://www.procrastinationrehab.blogspot.com
Art journal page using acrylic paint, collage, stencilling, rubber stamping, pan pastels Gellatos, and watercolor crayons.
Gel medium transfer and collage on 12X12 canvas. Also used plaster, stencils, rubber stamps, acrylic paint, Gellatos, and art tissue paper.
I cut a stencil and put it over a canvas that I painted with spray paint, acrylic paints and ink.
I cut a stencil, then plced it over a canvas that I painted using spray paint, Golden Fluid Acrylic Paints, and ink. See some similar pieces: http://procrastinationrehab.blogspot.com/2012/11/playing-around-with-stencils.html
Cut out stencil placed over paper created by brushing citra solv on a magazine photograph. For a tutorial on using Citra Solv: http://procrastinationrehab.blogspot.com/2012/10/citra-solv-cleanser-with-secret-side.html