A new topic on PA blog tonight kickstarted my brain and I set to straight away!
I found a piece of copy paper that I had gelli printed on using muted distress inks and a seed pod stencil.
I drew through my ART stencil several times with Black Fudeball pen and then doodled with the black pen and highlighted with white Signo uniball pen.
Just finished off with a few heart shapes to signify that I love art!
This is gorgeous, Hazel!! Your doodling is fabulous.ReplyDelete
BRILLIANT first entry Hazel, i predict may more over the coming days lol. Fab doodling and i like how you rotated your stencil. Your enthusiasm is catching :-) xxxReplyDelete
Thats brilliant hazel they look like they are off the page if you know what I mean lol xReplyDelete
Fab sense of depth in the stencilling xReplyDelete
Awesome Hazel! Love how the words jump off the background (would never have believed that was copy paper!) and your doodling as the others have said, is amazing. Brilliant, speedy first entry....bet we see loads more from you over the next 2 weeks.ReplyDelete
Wow. Love this. Clever you!ReplyDelete
Great doodling! xxxReplyDelete
So effective, Hazel! You were so quick to make a start too! Obviously words really appeal! I love how dynamic this piece is! Those letters really have something powerful to say about ART! xxxReplyDelete
Love this - that ART stencil is great and the words really do pop of the page! Claire xReplyDelete
Wonderful, doodling is very effective. xxReplyDelete
Love the bold graphics of your words - very cool!ReplyDelete
That is fantastic!!ReplyDelete
Love the use of the word 'ART' in all directions and the doodling is fab xReplyDelete
Very fun, and what a wonderful way to use a stencil....LOVE the dimension your doodling gives! xx LynnReplyDelete
Wonderful! I love your doodlingReplyDelete
Ohh Hazel, what a great start to the challenge! Love all the doodles, and the colour combo is so up my street! I do love a bit of turquoise!ReplyDelete
Your doodling is awesome, the letters reall pop.ReplyDelete