Stamp and Ink – Jowilna’s Advanced ClassPosted on Mar 31, 2017 | 3 comments
For the tarred portion of this project I used my gears stencil to create some texture and from there on the project was built up layer by layer. Let’s take a look…
On a sheet of watercolour paper, use your texture paste and apply a pattern onto the background. I used this stencil from Kaisercraft.
Once the paste is dry, use a pipette and two colours of All Purpose Ink and add some colour. Mist the paper with water and then add the ink one colour at a time over the wet areas and let it flow and bleed.
Use Cool Grey All Purpose Ink and your pipette and paint lines around the gears to create shadows.
Once the grey ink is dry use your Graphic pencil and add shading.
Stamp feathers onto smooth white cardstock using VersaFine Ink.
Colour the feathers in using your 3 shades of All Purpose Inks and blend the colours. I used a small paint brush for better control over the colouring process and smooth lines.
Once your feathers are dry cover them in a layer of dimensional glaze. Lightly sprinkle the wet glaze with some light blue micro beads and leave to dry.
Once the glaze dries the beads are encased in the glazed and gives a beautiful dimension to the feathers.
This layering technique will translate really well into your art journal, so have fun, experiment and don’t forget to layer, layer and layer your inks.
- MSS 85137 49 and Market Stamp – Feathers
- TAPI-096 All-Purpose Ink – Orchid Odyssey
- TAPI-058 All-Purpose Ink – Sky Mist
- TAPI-081 All-Purpose Ink – Cool Gray
- TVF-082 VersaFine Ink Pad – Onyx Black
- TVF-083 VersaFine Ink Pad – Smokey Gray
- DANT763100 3D Clear Gloss (25ml)
- ADCO 724869 Anna Griffin Texture Paste – White Finish (250ml)
- Kaisercraft Stencil
- Other: Microbeads American Crafts, Watercolour paper, Paint brush, Palette knife