Monday, 13 June 2016

DecoArt Keeping an Eye on the Time

Inspired by Andy Skinners Time Challenge, click here for details


 I used a small metal decorative clock, I started by taking out the paper face plate and painted to look like an eye
Starting with a Carbon Black circle fanning out brush strokes from the centre, applying brushstroke of Quinacridone Gold around the outer edge and Prussian Blue in between
Shading around the edges with Burnt Umber 
Finishing with highlights of Cobalt Teal Hue and Titanium White 
Finished with Media Gloss Varnish



Apply Texture sand to the clock case and the wings these were cut on a Cricut machine two layers glued together for stability!


 Once Dry I applied a coat of Burnt Umber, with washes of Quinacridone Gold and Prussian Blue



 Highlighted the rim on the clock case and the edges of the wings with Metallic Lustres Brilliant Turquoise and Orange Flicker

5 comments:

  1. Love it. You make it sound so easy

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  2. Gorgeous Jools. Very clever to make the clock face look like an eye. Love it. Tracy x

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  3. This is amazing Jools, love it xx

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