Fresco goes rustic, I have been wanting to play for awhile trying to
get a good rusty background with my PA paints. I haven't quite got it yet
but it's certainly fun trying :-)
You can really see the lines of the scrunched up tissue, especially where the black hit it.
Step by step .............................................
Just a quick not, one thing I am loving at the moment is using my water brush
with the paints, it means I can flush water easily where I want.
Using the masking fluid was a bit of a test, think I need a bigger background
to really know if it will work well.
Didn't do the crackle thick enough so not many cracks.
Right I better be off, hope you enjoyed my post today, thank you so much for taking the time to visit.
Happy Creating :-)
Hugs Kezzy xxxxx
Paperartsy Fresco Paints - tikka, french roast, bora bora, brown shed, pumpkin soup, cinnamon.
Paperartsy Medium - Crackle
Paperartsy Stamps - EDY01
Other Mediums - Daler Rowney (art masking fluid), Golden (high solid gel)
Ink Pads - Distress (black soot), Archival (jet black)
Adirondack Alcohol Ink - rust, teak wood
Treasure Gold - brass, copper
That Craft Place - Wooden Base and Wooden Heart
Charm broken in half
Rusted material and rusted chicken wire from stash
Stamps - Stampendous (tiny alphabet), Creative Expressions (textures)