Saturday, 5 September 2015

GeometricFlower

Afternoon folks.
I've been having a bit of a play in the craftroom but I'm not sure if I like the end result.


What do you think?
I've tried this before here using a butterfly image so thought it would work with this large gerbera image too.
I stamped and then masked the large gerbera daisy from Uniko then added some leaves and coloured the image with Copics. The panel was then cut with a Sizzix hexagon plate die and reassembled on a white base card. The gaps looked a little too wide and perhaps too much of the image was lost, so I penciled in the missing sections of the stamp which improved it slightly. I popped up one or two of the hexagons for added interest.

I will join in the challenges over at:-

            September Challenge: Geometric Patterns

Thanks for calling around. :)

8 comments:

  1. I think it's fabulous Jules, so very different and would cost thousands if you put it in an art gallery!! xx

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  2. I prefer the butterfly. You are right in that it doesn't quite look right.

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  3. I think it looks awesome! The blue pearls balanced it, too. And whatever you did to pencil in the missing pieces duds the trick for me. Great card!

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  4. I think it looks awesome! The blue pearls balanced it, too. And whatever you did to pencil in the missing pieces *did* the trick for me. Great card!

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  5. Well, I think this card turned out amazingly beautiful, Julie! I love how you varied the dimension on the hexies and your Copic coloring is fabulous!
    I also want to thank you for your sweet comments on my blog...I really appreciate your visits, as well as your tip for me with no line water coloring...Thank you!

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  6. This is absolutely gorgeous...You reassembled the pieces perfectly and I love how you penciled in some of the details!!! Thanks for playing along with us at the Color Throwdown Challenge!!!

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  7. This is so creative!! Who would've thought to color an image and then cut it out?? You, of course!

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  8. Truly a work of art! Thanks so much for playing Virginia’s View “Geometric Patterns” Challenge! Hope to see your lovely work soon again!

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