Thursday, 16 March 2017
Here is my third entry into the PaperArtsy Challenge of Doors, Windows and Architecture.
Inspired by the graffiti buildings which Darcy found on the intro, I decided to do a cityscape made up of Lynne Perrella images.
I drew a few shapes onto PA Heavy stamping card, masked off some of the walls and stamped with a variety of LP stamps. A few fresco paints, bit of doodling with Posca pens and decided upon a map of the French coastline around Roscoff for my background.
For distance, I drew the outlines of buildings and scribbled Stabilo Black pencil and washed over it with water.
Finished off with a Th rub on!
It's a bit crazy but was good fun. I might have a go at another one in muted tones next!
I will also enter this into the challenge..ART-Journal_Journey Challenge, Out and about.
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This is just awesome! You are welcome to link it toReplyDelete
OUT and ABOUT !
It would make me happy!
Happy weekend ahead!
This is cool Hazel, you are so inspiring.ReplyDelete
What a lovely idea! I really like the map background and the colour is fabulous too!I want to visit this rather whacky place now! There truly is so much one can do on this topic and it looks like you're really having fun with it, Hazel. xxReplyDelete
Love it, it's gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Fabulous page, love the old houses with pop colours and map's background. xxReplyDelete
Thank you for linking Hazel!ReplyDelete
Brilliant, very original!ReplyDelete
Its a fabulous journal page, I loved seeing the bright houses and the map you used in the background.ReplyDelete
Such brilliant ideas and inspiration, thank you for sharing! The houses look amazing with the stamped sections and the way you have positioned the map to create clouds is amazing. Visiting from AJJ and wishing you a great weekend! J :-)ReplyDelete
This is STUNNING...I am such a fan of colourful architecture...this is amazing! Love that it's pink, full of texture and interest!! Well done! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
That's a really cool page. I love the map sky, and then I noticed the details in your buildings. Wow.ReplyDelete
So clever. XReplyDelete
Hazel, I love this entry in the Paper Artsy Door Challenge. The buildings in the foreground are great and then the background ones really set them off.ReplyDelete
Thank you for commenting on my blog. I have put a figure in the windows of some of my Halloween houses - mostly a witch silhouette, but that is a great idea for future houses.
Absolutely in love with these LP houses - what a fantastic little city you've created. Magical idea, brilliantly executed - who could ask for anything more?!ReplyDelete
You are on a roll ! Fantastic !ReplyDelete