Sunday, 10 May 2015

Dylusions art journal page - brayer technique

Hi, all!
I am here today to share with you my new art journal page. I used a lot of Dylusions products there - paints, inks, stencils and stamps. Dylusions paints are really special, love them so much. I used Dyan's brayer technique on the background and three of her stamps to create a character. Stamped images are coloured with Dylusions inks and my new Molotow Aqua ink pump softliners. Those markers are just amazing :)
I had a lot of fun creating this :)

I am sharing this page at fabulous Brenda Brown's Visual Journey #19.


13 comments:

  1. I adore that background, I love how you got the shading on the dots - they look so cool!! And I love those words, shame I don't wear heels otherwise I'd be using that at work - lol.
    hugs hun,
    Georgie xx

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    1. Thanks so much, hun! Hahahah I don't wear heels either :) but my character does :)
      Hugs :)
      xxx

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  2. Brilliant Branka!! I do adore your legs! haha!! I love the way the dots look 3d, amazing effect! Your brayered background is gorgeous, what a wonderful rainbow of colours!! hugs :)

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    1. Thank so much, my dear! I had a lot of fun playing with Dyan's stamps :)
      Hugs :)
      xxx

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  3. Branka, this is so cool!!! And I agree with Georgie, if I wore heels I would be using that phrase at work!!! LOL! You make abstract art so fun, better than Picasso! Need to catch up with commenting on your posts. I know I saw some posts while I was at work but then completely forgot to comment when I got home...so off I go to check out everything I missed...hugs my dear!

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    1. Thanks so much, my lovely Samra! No, Picasso is a bit better than I haha :)
      Have a wonderful Sunday, my dear!
      Hugs! xxx

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  4. This is a fun LO and journal page! Your legs are fantabulous and the sentiment is hilarious! Wonderful background work with the brayer. I agree with Samra. Your abstract work is amazeballs! Hugz to you muffin!

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    1. Thanks so much, dear Niki!
      Big hugs to you :). xxx

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  5. Such a fabulous page & love the hilarious sentiment!

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  6. Such great strong colors, and then paired with a funny saying - this is fabulous!

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    1. Thank you so much, Alice, for taking the time to visit my blog and leaving a comment!
      Branka x

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  7. Again with the words that made me laugh out loud - love the quirky character and brilliant layered background.
    Alison xx

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