Friday, May 30, 2008

Paper Castings






I finished up these paper casts for a challenge on GPP. Most of them were done with toilet paper, except for the dark brown with the gold. It was made with water soluable paper like used in machine quilting. I also wet the tissue with Moonglow inks and highlighted with metalic rub on wax.
Now I just need to incorporate them into a mixed media project!

14 comments:

  1. Lucy ~ thanks for coming to play with us! These casts are gorgeous! Love how you colored them. Glad you came out of the shadows and joined in - these will no doubt inspire more players.

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  2. Lucy, these are so cool! What an awesome idea. Have a great w/end!

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  3. Oh wow! The cast are just beautiful, all of them!

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  4. You chose images that work perfectly with casting. That seems to be one of the keys for successful casts. Lovely!

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  5. Wow! These are fabulous! I love all of them...I'd really like to try this (when I get some extra time to play...but it won't be happening anytime soon! LOL!).

    Thanks for sharing these, and hope you have a wonderful weekend, Lucy! :)

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  6. Wow, these are phenomenal!!!!!!!

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  7. These castings look great and I love the images you selected to do this on, particularly the last one.

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  8. oh wow- those are awesome!!!

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  9. Lucy!
    Your castings are beautiful! you chose great stamps and I LOVE how you colored them!! Now what will you use them for????? Whatever it is I am sure that they will add a great deal to the project!!
    Elizabeth

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  10. Hey Lucy,
    Its t from over at the g inspired group.
    Are you going to do the cirle journal???
    Iam wondering if you could tell me how to do these lovely creations! I LOVE them!
    Thanks,
    Tammy

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  11. fabulous casts. you picked up all the detail; the colorings just make them pop. love your results.

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  12. Wow and Wow. I want to learn how to do that. You go girl!!!!!

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  13. Ohhh, I love the metallic wax you put on them :) Great job!

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