Friday 5 July 2019

Paperbabe Challenge ~ #97 Sketch Challenge

Happy Friday Creative Friends, 

 This fortnight we give you a Sketch prompt. 
Use the design below, let your creativity flow 
and come share your creations with us HERE ... 

There's a Paperbabe prize each fortnight..

Let me take you through this CAS journal page... 

Masking off an area at a jaunty angle peeled paint and broken china 
DOx are applied with a blending tool. I just love those blues and green's. 
Droplets of water expose the white underneath when lifted off with tissue.

Onto Kraft card I stamped profiles from both LEFT and RIGHT Dinky sets 
and used the Dinky hair templates to help guide those flowing locks.

Colouring the images in pencil the masks within the dinky 
template set protect the detail whilst adding that DOx blend.

The little freckle stamp in the profile set fits neatly 
on the end of my finger, dipped into salty ocean DOx 
it's dabbed amongst those background splashes.

Removing the masking tape reveals a clean crisp line 
where stamps taken from the alphabet BUNDLE build the 
word Sisters bringing both image and word together.

Sending a simple harmonious message 
that we're all Sisters under the same sky.

Pop on over HERE to see what the DT have created and
 come join us in this fortnights Paperbabe Challenge. 

Take Care everyone and 
look after one another..

Creative Hugs 
Tracey xx

I'm sharing today's creativity with: 
PPF ~ WK18 Y9 
Art Journal Journey ~ We're all/going Challenge 
Country View Crafts ~ Blues and Greens
The Artistic Stamper CTB ~ July Celebrating Woman


Let's Art Journal said...

Such a beautiful journal page! The blue and green oxide background looks wonderful with your sisters artwork 😀. I'm always amazed with how faces are created using those Paperbabe templates - perfect! I hope you've had a lovely week and wishing you a happy Friday and weekend! Hugs, Jo x

Linda Kunsman said...

such a lovely journal page Tracey, and your coloring of the portraits is just beautiful! Happy PPF!

sirkkis said...

Nice art, Tracey.
Happy PPF and weekend xx

Neet said...

You always blow me away with your faces. Then I read they have been coloured with pencils and I am even more blown away - think more of a gale at this point LOL.
Tracey, your work is beautiful and this journal page is absolutely gorgeous and so inspiring. You are tempting me so much to have a look at those Paperbabe templates.
Thanks for the inspiration.
Hugs, Neet xx

Valerie-Jael said...

Fantastic page, wonderful colours and a great message, big wow! Have a great weekend, hugs, Valerie

Redanne said...

Beautiful inspiration Tracey, the faces you created are stunning and your message is perfect! I am in awe of your ability to colour faces and hair. The Oxide background is a lovely backdrop, the colours are so delicate and easy on the eye. Have a lovely weekend! Hugs, Anne xx

Susan said...

Nice journal page and I love that you shared your process. Your message is important and you have delivered it in a lovely manner. Happy PPF

Dorthe said...

You used the design wonderfully, dearest Tracey , and the two are beautiful together, on the turquise background with the splashes , from dripping water . I too love that effect it creates.
I also love the message you are sending , we should all be more sisters !!
Hugs and a wonderful weekend to you , my friend. ( I posted your beautiful gift on fb- and everyone loves it , just like I do <3 ) Hugs from Dorthe xx

Mac Mable said...

This is amazing and so emotive...I absolutely love it x Thank you fro the step by step and what stunning colouring as always...a work of art x

peppylady (Dora) said...

Never tried working as you did from an ink pad, I know sometime need to give it a try. I have used eye shadows for medium.
Coffee is on said...

Lovely page.

Powell River Books said...

Very impressive. I enjoyed reading the steps you took to get to the final image. - Margy

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

As always, you have created a stunning beauty. Most impressive and the coloring is wonderful

froebelsternchen said...

Gorgeous, amazing faces on this stunning background and a wonderful message! I am always impressed with your ideas and how excellent you create your projects!Thank you very much for joining AJJ again dear Tracey!Much appreciated!Happy weekend!Susi xxx

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

Your portraits came out stunning! I like the soothing color scheme and sweet sentiment as well. Thanks for your visit and blessings!

carol l mckenna said...

How delightful and unique ~ lovely creation ^_^

Happy Day to you,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)

craftytrog said...

What a beautiful page and message Tracey! I love it!
Alison xx

NatureFootstep said...

great use of the faces. Love your background :)

Roosterhead Designs said...

Hi there Tracey,
Your work is beautiful! Thanks for sharing the 'masking' idea too; I forget about those tips sometimes - it added a lot of interest to your art! Lovely~ Hugs, karen o

aussie aNNie said...

Beautiful as always and love just adore your page.xx

Felix the Crafty Cat said...

Gorgeous Tracey, the faces are so clever. They work well on that background too, very effective. Keep up the good work lovely lady. Happy creative week, Angela xXx

sarascloset said...

Wonderful artwork and a great message! You do such an amazing job with your faces! How DO you do it?!! I hope you have a wonderful week! I'm off on vacation, and I expect it will be a while before I get caught up once I'm back. Hugs! Sara Emily

pearshapedcrafting said...

What a stunning page - I am just slightly annoyed that you make it look so easy to create these wonderful faces!(grin!) A really wonderful idea for this page and thank you so much for joining in with my theme again at AJJ! Hugs, Chrisx

Monika Gulyas said...

Wow, fantastic journal page!!! I love the background and the colouring of the ladies is just awesome!!! Thank you for joining the July challenge of the Country View Challenges!

Words and Pictures said...

Great colouring on the portraits - beautiful simplicity.
Alison x

Sue said...

Another gorgeous piece Tracey. You really do use these stamps and stencils beautifully. Have a very happy week, Sue xx

Craftyfield said...

I love the way you coloured the portraits! Thanks for sharing with us at Country View Challenges!

Corrie Herriman said...

Nice ! thank you for joining in with my challenge over at Country View Challenges !
Corrie xx

Jennie -The Artistic Stamper said...

Love it! Thank you for joining in The Artistic Stamper Creative challenge :)