16 March 2012 – Sunrise Serenade Brayered Landscape

Posted: March 16, 2012 in Art, Craft, Design, Nature
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If you have already seen my post on 20 February 2012 you will know what a wonderful picture you can create with some dye ink, a brayer and some rubber stamps. By using different coloured inks and stamps you can produce a masterpiece every time. I tried to make the foreground look like water. I couldn’t resist putting some dragonflies into my picture. I highlighted the leaves with a silver gel pen and added some glitter to make it magical. Click on the photo for a closer look. I hope you like it, let me know.

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Comments
  1. amydot90 says:

    This is so beautiful! Nice work!

  2. sueamour says:

    Thanks for visiting. Glad you liked this post. Check out the highlighted post, the colours are totally different but I used the same technique and have given more info. Sue x

  3. deCamville Design says:

    This is beautiful and peaceful. Nice layering!

    • sueamour says:

      Thank you Patricia it’s very simple but very relaxing to turn a piece of blank paper into a lovely landscape. I do have a huge number of stamps though as I am a bit of a stampaholic. Want to carve more of my own but can’t find my eraser stash!

  4. Michael Wood says:

    I liked it indeed. Excellent use of those colors.

    • sueamour says:

      Thank you kindly sir. I surprised myself by using that very limey green in the background. Haven’t been using this technique long but am surprised by the result every time. Sue

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