Monday, March 28, 2016

I Am the Diva Challenge-guest contributor

This one was an awesome idea but I'd write more if I wasn't so tired from drawing. I gotta get horizontal. Six hours...  Great guest!  I love the techniques shared. A great challenge!
I used:
Sakura white marker, Sakura Microns, GellyRolls Moonlight, Glaze, Soufflé, regular GellyRolls , metallic, and graphite, nail polish, and Tim Holtz Distress ink. 
I'm pooped. Thank you!!!!!
Sarah


21 comments:

  1. I can see why this one tuckered you out! Lots of pretty layers.

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  2. Really pretty lots of tangling in this one 😊

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  3. It is really a beautiful drawing and beautifull colours

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  4. Beautiful, Sarah. Feel energetic now again?

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  5. Wonderful work, textures, colours and a great idea to draw the layers instead of stacking paper

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  6. Great tile and beautifulcolors.

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  7. Amazing piece! Yes, I would be tuckered out too!

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  8. Definitely a time-consuming challenge! Love your results!

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  9. Wow, you've outdone yourself, all this media plays so well together. It is AMAZING!

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  10. How wonderful Sarah. I particularly like the way Pokeroot flows into poke leaf and back again. No wonder you are tired!

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  11. This is absolutely beautiful. I felt the same way. By the time I had my piece done I really didn't have any words left. This was a really fun challenge though!

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  12. Thanks for sharing your art stuff, well utilized and nicely developed. What an amazing piece, Sarah! Have a brilliant day! Cheryl

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  13. ohmigosh! This is stunning. I love the intricate layering of patterns and the colors are wonderful. It is evident how much work you put into this-worth every minute!

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  14. Fantastic stack! The colours and the tangles are both great!

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  15. this is great...what attention to detail, and just deluxe colors. It's so rich looking, like something on a king's table.

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