понедельник, 20 мая 2019 г.

Vintage Mixed Media Panel and Photo Tutorial/Винтажное панно и фото МК

Привет всем, девочки!

Сегодня моя очередь в блоге Lindy's показывать свою работу и пошаговый мастер-класс к ней.

Читали ли вы "Код да Винчи" Дэна Брауна? Или может быть смотрели фильм? 
Если да, то сразу догадаетесь, что мое панно создано по следам этого произведения. 
Я, кстати, впервые сделала винтажную работу, не знаю, насколько ли точно попала в стиль, но девочки по команде сказали, что это винтаж.
Мне было интересно создавать фон, выдержать общую цветовую гамму... Но, первое о чем, я подумала, когда закончила - фух, надо срочно что-нибудь яркое сделать! Всё же мне сложно в таких темных оттенках долго существовать)

Дублирую свой пост из Lindy's, надеюсь, вам понравится, а мастер-класс окажется полезным.
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Hi gorgeous Lindy's friends!
It's Olga Ravenskaya here with my new work and step-by-step tutorial, using fantastic Lindy's products - Squirts, Starbursts, Moon Shadows and Powders.
I've created a mixed media panel inspired by The Da Vinci Code novel.

For this project I've chosen a color combo of shades of blue, teal and brown with gold accents.
To start I covered everything with a white gesso - a board, chipboards, mould forms and a metal handle. 
Then I glued fussy cutting paper elements using soft gloss gel, and covered them with a layer of a clear gesso.
Let it dry and applied a white crackle paste almost on the whole surface. I used a silicone brush to get a thin layer for tiny cracks.
While it was drying I painted chipboard leaves with Squirts - firstly with Loonie Toonie Teal...


...and the second layer - with Maple Syrup Bronze.
After that I came back to the board. I wanted to create a vintage look so I used for it Starbursts and Moon Shadows applying them layer by layer.
I started with Tainted Love Teal and Tibetan Poppy Teal just spraying them from the bottles. 
After complete drying I added Steampunk Sepia Starburst with its taupe/beige color. 
But if you want to create a gorgeous vintage look - Moon Shadow Mists are the best choice!
I added Tawny Turquoise with its beautiful turquoise shimmer and Buccaneer Bay Blue with a brilliant blue shimmer.
When everything got dry it turned out like that. 
A bit closer view - gorgeous, isn't?!
I also decided to add more texture and shimmer to the leaves with Desert Moon Turquoise embossing powder applying it partially.
Now the chippies and the background perfectly mach each other to my mind.
Stamped a bit with brown water resistant inks.
Next step I applied a manuscript pattern through the stencil using white texture paste and embossed it with Bratwurst Brown powder.
I wanted to highlight letters and to add golden splashes - so I dropped Poutine Gold Squirt to the text and spread it by a thin brush.
Then I glued moulds to the surface. 
And painted them with Tainted Love Teal and Dark Chocolate Truffle Starbursts. I also added Beaver Tail Brown and Maple Syrup Bronze Squirts to intense color and shimmer.
Look how gorgeous it looks after complete drying!
Finishing the composition I glued all the other embelishments and tinted flowers and a clock with Poutine Gold and Maple Syrup Bronze Squirts.
At the end I decided to add the spots of rust.
If you don't have special rust paste it's very easy to make it yourself. Just take any white texture paste with sand or quartz and mix it with Bratwurst Brown Shaker and Maple Syrup Bronze Squirt.
I applied that mixture here and there - look closer at the edges of the panel.
Added microbeads and mini prills and the vintage looking panel is ready!
Some close ups as a little inspiration...




 
Lindy's Products:
Other products: Ranger texture paste, Ranger crackle paste, Liquitex gesso, Ciao Bella paper, Scrapiniec chipboard, Prima Marketing moulds and flowers, mini prills, microbeads
Hope you've enjoyed my post!
Thank you for stopping by!
Hugs,
Olga
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