Sunday, 9 March 2014

Q&L Craft Barn Challenge - Road

The challenge from the Craft Barn this time was Road - this one wasn't at all difficult!  As anyone who reads my Facebook page would know, I am mad, verging on hysterical, about delAmtri, and Justin Currie in particular.  So, it had to be:

Be my downfall, be my great regret, be the one girl that I'll never forget
Be my undoing, be my slow road to ruin tonight

Be My Downfall is possibly one of my favourite songs ever.  But don't get me started...



So, back to several old faithfuls on this.  I started off with my brushos - incredibly intense watercolour pigment, which I blotted off to get a sunset sort of a feeling.  Then out with the lovely Clarity masks, London and rooftops.  If you look closely you'll see a few too many London Eyes in there!!



I added a road for the bus, and then realised that the 'tail-lights have gone out of sight' so, didn't need it!

I stamped out my letters using various fonts, and added some handwriting, including the attribution.  It needed a frame, and the Dyanne Reavely circles reminded me of the tail lights, so went with those.

Hope you like!


Resources

Paint and ink
Brusho colours - whoops - tidied them away!
Distress Ink: Chipped sapphire, Black soot, Walnut stain
Archival: Hydrangea, Red Geranium
Brilliance: Mineral
Big and Juicy: Waterfall

Stamps
ClarityStamp: Letterbox alphabet
Stampotique - Amy Wilson Alphabet
Dylusions: Around The Edge DYR34421
Hero Arts: Printers Type lower case
Artemio: Helvetica/Ariel? Upper case

Bling and other stuff
Cosmic Shimmer Mist: Pearl, Astral Mystery, Bronze Blush
ClarityStamp: ClarityMask - London, Rooftops
Copper marker pen
Black fine liner

15 comments:

  1. WOW!!!! This is incredible work Mooffie!!!!! Whats not to like! xxx

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  2. Oooh nice. I've not seen those masks before ... off to investigate.

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  3. Excellent as always, you have excellent ideas. Knew you would get a del amitri lyric in at some point.

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  4. Wow - this is great! Love how you've created the scene and the rooftops!

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  5. Love this, and love that stencil too!

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  6. What a beautiful page! Love the stamp.

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  7. You did a great job interpreting the lyrics!

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  8. I don't own any stencils, but if I did, I would want that one. I'm in love with those roof tops. And I love what you did with it, too. Of course, I have that song playing in my head right now, so all I can say is, this might be MY downfall (grin). Great job.

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  9. Wow, that's a breathtaking page. So many fantastic details.

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  10. Great use of a good mask,

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  11. Adore the masks and what you have created with them - BJ

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  12. Fabulous page with lovely details and background. Lovely quote too with some pathos in it!
    Lynn

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  13. Running late with all my commenting this month but here I am. Fabulous lyrics and wonderfully depicted, a fabulous page.

    Sylv xx

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