Friday, March 09, 2012

Paint Party Friday #52

It all started with Carolyn Dube from A Colourful Journey´s video. She had this green/blue/stencil/ink thing going on. Woooow! I thought. Preeeeetty! Want. Now.
From the beginning our paths differed because ... I couldn´t get things right. The seamlessly applied ink on her page was a chequered look in mine.  And the ink through stencil didn´t work either, so I turned the stencil and used it as a stamp (no, I wasn´t letting that ink going to waste ;) ).
Color blocking is in fashion for clothes and seems to be entering the apinting world too. I put my aquarelle pencils to work.  

On the other side I used the ink pad as a shape stamp. Aquarelle doodles. Got bored because ... it was not going as I had envisioned.
Time for a drastic measure. Butter acrylic applied with brayer. Too much acrylic made some peaks. Called it "good texture" and moved on.
Applied two greens with brush around the corner. 

 Have I told you it´s Paint Party Friday´s first birthday? Go and say Happy birthday to Kristin and Eva! If you´ve known me for a while, you know what is coming next! Yes! Multi projects! No acrylic is left behind.
Second layer. I´ve been watching Donna Downey´s Inspiration Wednesdays and she is doing a lot of circles at the moment.  Do I like my take? No, not really. I covered it up with corn acrylic which gave the page a golden light but didn´t cover the circles. More on that one next week. 

Some fingerprints on side B. I quite like the irl version and might call it done. On the other hand this is all about experimenting with layers so I might keep going.

These are my actual paper paintings but I´ve also been working on digital things these days. I have started using My Memories products and next week I will be reviewing the My Memories Suite v.3 software. Very intuitive and versatile. I will reviewing it this weekend and next week I will be giving away one copy of the software!

To participate in the give away leave me a comment from today on, telling me which your favourite My Memories kit is. Are you a follower of my blog? I´ll pop another paper with your name on it for a second chance as a thank you. :)

16 comments:

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

I love the 2nd one ~ great art playing ~ fun ~thanks, namaste, carol (A Creative Harbor) ~ Happy Weekend ^_^

RobanStudio said...

Me too...the 2nd one is my fav. It's great to see what you have been up to. Happy PPF Anniversary!

Tracey Fletcher KIng said...

I love the second one, but I like how they both turned out... hope the heat is breaking for you and you are getting those first hints of cool... not much joy here during the day but at least the evenings are cooling down... have a great week...xx

Hybrid J said...

They are all great work and great fun! Wonderful!

EVA said...

Isn't experimenting fun! The second is my fave too.

Mary C. Nasser said...

Really like that 2nd one, too!
♥♥♥
Happy PPF!!
Mary
Mixed-Media Map Art

Victoria said...

So beautiful Paula..such gorgeous colors..a feast for the eyes..and I love the energy to it!
Lovely about the software..I have never tried it or know it..sounds wonderful!
victoria

*jean* said...

such fun! happy PPF!

Annabelle said...

You sure are a scientist artist, always experimenting and that's a good thing! luv your second piece .
Annabelle ; )

Geckostone said...

Oooooooh, beautiful pages Paula!!! Hugs, Deb

Cameron said...

I'm here from PPF! Looks like you have a lot of fun playing in your studio! Even if they don't turn out exactly as you wanted....all experimentation is good!

Anne said...

Love seeing all of your painting creations!! You have such a great attitude, too! :) Always an inspiration!

Big hugs!!

Kristin Dudish said...

Ha! I love the idea of "no acrylic is left behind"... Fantastic :)

xo
Kristin

Carolyn Dube said...

I love where you took it!!! How awesome that your experimentation has led to all those wonderful layers!

Daniele Valois said...

Looks like you had a great free play time. I really like this look!

misteejay said...

Lovely shades used here Paula. You really seem to enjoy your painting.

Toni xx

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