i love the creative energy, seeing what everyone is doing, talking and being more intuitive in my work because i am just letting things happen. pam was doing assemblage, nancy making jewelry, jenifer doing watercolor (we are dying to see how she does the dandelion seed head) and lynn glazing a horse head sculpture. i was making backgrounds, which i'm sure will appear later with animals on them.
in the meantime, i tried another tree transfer on the ready patch. maybe barb will talk to me again if i manage not to mess this one up.
i turned it until i liked the spatters below the tree and then slathered on caulk. here i am peeling the transparency back after burnishing & letting it set for a bit-
and the end result (will scan tomorrow when it's completely dry). i like it. spray var before anything else this time! and maybe a spatter of paint on top, but it's pretty good.
i do want to try lazertran, which should sink into the surface, but it requires turpentine & i need it to be a little bit warmer out.....
i'm curious to see what animals want to be painted on the new backgrounds- which are mostly red. i have a crane wanting attention too.....stay tuned!