Saturday, July 9, 2011

Moose Scene

I was busy making a scene with Biblical Impressions’s landscape images. To begin I stamped the Moose and masked off the image using a sticky note which I have stored to use multiple times. Next the Rock Grouping was stamped, a few if the Grass images (look for orange flowers) and the Field Grass right and last the Forest images right and left were stamped, cleaned and inked up only on the bottom portion and stamped again to bring the grass area down to the moose. Remove the mask and it’s time to color.

I did not worry if the solid forest images don’t stamp solid because I color those with a dark green Copic and it just adds to scene. The scene doesn’t take much of an artist touch, just scribble on a variety of greens and blend together but do remember to add the flowers first and if you have a few white areas when you finish your scribbles fill them with flower colors.

A handmade cloud template and sponge was used to add the sky.

The brad tap was created with a Marvy ½” punch and Cuttlebug circle die which were glued together and cut in half. The brad by the way is a full round brad, the light made it appear flat on the bottom in the photo.

The brown panels were stamped with the Woven Fibers background image. I like using these images for adding texture and they are much easier than pulling out the large images. I stamp the image, cover the straight edge with a sticky note and repeat until I complete the border. There is no lining up the image for repeated stampings.

Copic markers used for the scene: C1,3,5,7, YR09, W0,3,5, G05,7,9,27,28,29,33,49,94,99,E00,21,97,99

Images: Biblical Impressions: 33409(443) Moose, 38906 Rock Grouping, 38917 Grass, Field Grass Right, 38905 Forest Left, 38907 Forest Right, 90306 Woven Fibers
Paper: unknown tan and orange, Paperbilities brown, Marcos - Beckett Expressions smooth white

1 comment:

  1. What a beautiful job you did with a whole variety of stamps. Gorgeous card!