This is a quick post as I multi-task today, working in between several scheduled appointments I have in my part-time job, visiting the Farmer's Market to drop of photos, while I also try to catch up on my July collaborative projects - all 3 days overdue at this point.
|In Character - 4 x 8 inch paper layered collage|
Above, a cut and paste collage with elements from Tumble Fish Studio (http://www.tumblefishstudio.etsy.com/)
as well as my own personal stash. I wanted it to look aged and also a bit Haloweenish - so I added the bats hanging upside down and imagined a goofy costume party where the participants had to be in full character - thus the man also hanging down as a 'bat'. I added a thin layer of old world antiquing glaze and sealed it with Liquitex gloss matte medium. You can see the difference in clarity and apperance from the purely digital version below which is a modification of the same images for another digital collage entitled House Guests and Fish below -
|House Rules - 5 x 7 Limited Edition Print|
This is a 5 x 7 inch collage that I just listed on Etsy as a limited edition print here Perfect to hang in your lake cottage when you're trying to set limits of the number of visitors you get and politely inform them of the house rules! We had a version of this quote by Benjamin Franklin hung in our cottage as I was growing up. The cut out letters and the EXIT sign are from Holliewood Studios - The Thing Finder. It truly has the Tumble Fish Studio 'style' to it I think! Thanks as always to Marsha for providing such a delightfully whimsical selection of images!
|Hocus Pocus - 4 x 8 inch paper cut layered collage|
Above, is the front side of the page and is also a cut and paste paper collage - one I completed long ago with some trim from Sandi Kreiger, shoes, dress and face from magazine clippings and images from Tumble Fish Studio as well.
|Apology Letter from Collageville.... digital collage back|
Finally, one side of a note I created digitally for Betsy apologizing for being late - from the land of Collageville!! It is nestled in part of my ribbon collection in my sewing studio. Images from both
Holliewood Studios at Deviant Scrap and Tumble Fish Studio available on Etsy.
Thanks as always for your comments!