Monday, January 14, 2013

Blue- Misty Moonlight

The scene background was created with alcohol ink. I did not mask the moon but created this technique of dropping blending solution where I want the color to disappear. I discovered this technique one night while cleaning up and it spilled on a scene. I still believe that there are no accidents in art just creative opportunities. I then stamped a scene using dye ink and Stampscape Stamps. Then a  mist was created with Snow Cap pigment ink and the foreground was stamped in Staz On Jet Black Ink~ENJOY!

Alcohol Ink Adirondack: Sailboat Blue, Stone Wash, Twilight Purple
Dye Ink: Adirondack Denim and  D.I. Stormy Sky 
Stampscapes: 222F Twisted Pine, 188F Rocky Peaks, 018E Cloud Cumulus, 253D Tall Grass, 027A Ducks in Formation


  1. That is a fabulous technique. Love this scene! NancyD

  2. Very creative idea! Thanks for sharing it with us.

  3. Great how life creates new oppurtunities every time! A great scene! Hugs, Gerrina


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