Friday, 9 March 2012

Textures

Good morning folks.
Can't believe it's Friday already, where has this week gone? Not much that I can share with you at the moment so I thought I'd share these tags with you. I've been participating in Andy Skinner's Timeworn techniques online workshop and though I've not really had a chance to incorporate the techniques into projects yet these are a couple of my practice tags. So first is peeled paint. I did a few but these are the two I like the most. Playing with fire to do these but fun too.

 What I'm really enjoying  is discovering even more ways of adding dimension and texture. This next one is pitted and chipped; like an old gas bottle. Time consuming with 6 layers of paint and hairspray and salt in the mix too but the results are great!
So there's my latest playtimes, I've been doing these inbetween work and other projects so I am making use of the time. I'm looking forward to incorporating these techniques in a project soon! Have some creative fun this Friday everyone.

7 comments:

cat lacigale said...

love those textures ! This is amazing !

jude said...

The textures of the tags are absolutely beautiful.Sounds like your having fun!Have great creative weekend
judex

BetteK said...

Those are just amazing Neil! Glad you are so much more adventurous than I am! Happy experimenting. Debbie xXx

Paul Browning - The Artsider said...

Your tags are fantastic Neil. I agree the peeled paint effect is a brilliant way to add texture. Haven't tried the chipped & pitted one yet, Yours looks superb. I hadn't realised that it involved so much work. Have yourself a great weekend my friend. Pxx

Artyjen said...

Wow! Great textures ;)
xoxo Sioux
P.S. If only I had had the brains to put that page as my last page in my journal! Doh! It could have been perfect!! ;)

JoZart said...

Methinks you are kidding us and you really went out and found lovely textured bits of wood and peeled painted metal. LOL! They are amazingly effective.
JoZarty x
Have a good weekend..

Redanne said...

Those wood effects look absolutely amazing - they could almost be real, so well done!