Friday, 5 April 2019

Mixed Media Canvas

Hello friends,
This is Shalini Kundrai ,sharing with you all my first project as a design team member. Recently i shifted to my new studio so thought of making something for it using very vast craft products of Expressions Craft. Initially i thought of using only one particular product but one can't resist when you had received amazing products in your DT kit i just wanted to try n test everything. So i finally decided to make  a mix media Canvas.

 Checkout the following step by step process pics with details

1. Actually i wanted some blue to coordinate with my T light holders so firstly i took a picture which i was hoarding for so long n some pattern papers to match the flowers i received in my DT kit ..So here is 15*15 inches canvas with pics n pattern paper cuttings 

2. i thought of using waste corrugated sheet to give some textures.

3. So here are all the products that i had used in this project

4. A rough layout of what was in my mind

5. After the rough layout i gave textures on the edges  n sides of canvas using texture paste n stencil 

6. i decided to add few more elements to make it more appealing so i used few laser cutouts n resin embellishments

7. i decided to add textures on these cutouts also

here i used Chippy n handmade flowers to complete the look which was on my mind...n these beautiful flowers are  the reason i chose pattern papers which i used on sides. this leafs branch chippy beautifully coordinating my bhudha pic.

8. After the texture got dried i applied 2 coats of  heavy black gesso on edges n sides of canvas as well as corrugated sheet followed with dry brushing with Chalk paint Azure n Metallic paint Holiday Gold

9. To give exactly the same shade of green flower i used grassy field chalk paint with little black gesso to paint grape wine leaves branch chipboard . Finally i pasted all the pattern papers, corrugated sheet , Bhudha pic , flowers , chippy n laser cutouts using  Art mediums Acrylic matte n gloss .Lastly i decided to change laser cutout from Believe to Life is is the final look from side n front

Thank you so much for stopping by n I hope u enjoyed this process tutorial.

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