Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Monoprints example...Rapasady in Blue

At Jen Wordens site (see side for link) she has weekly challenges. This week was to try a monoprint. Ok I wanted to try it as Karine (see side link) has done beautiful ones. This was done with a peice of glass, acrylic paints (acrylic extender) watercolour paper, and after making the print a little help from me. I tried it a few times and was not happy with the results, but this one did not turn out to bad. So her it is, I call it Rapasady in Blue

11 comments:

  1. I think it turned out wonderfully Lee. Very soft almost watercolour-y (why yes! that is a Technical Term!). Thanks for taking the challenge!

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  2. It's beautiful! Great job and great colors!

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  3. I love how the flower looks like it has faded. I think it is delicate, and yes, successful! Nice job, Lee! Thank you also for the lovely mention. You are so sweet.

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  4. This turned out so lovely!

    (Saw you on Inspire Me Thursday.)

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  5. I really like it!

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  6. Anonymous12:41 PM

    it is awesome I really like it
    cousin Kathy

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  7. This is wonderful! Such a delicate color palette and a lovely blur.

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  8. It's beautiful! The blue goes wonderful with the flower.

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  9. I think this is so very pretty! It has a soft delicacy that suits the subject well, and the cornflower blue background makes me feel peaceful. Lovely work!

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  10. Anonymous11:31 AM

    I love the calmness that the colors give....very beautiful Lee....

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