Sonntag, 8. November 2015

SASPC - Winter Special - Industrial / Steampunk

Hi Crafters (:o)

The Winter Special Theme Nov/Dec for SASPC is
with an industrial /steampunk style

Ok...beside some step by step pictures, what else can i explain about my project?
It is inspired by a canadian - irish tv series with an historic background and a lot fictional elements called *Vikings*

...but it's also inspired by the computer game *The Elder Scrolls* Skyrim
The base construction comes from Storm the Castle, who also invented the construction of the Medieval Plague Mask, i've shown in an earlier post here

Step by Step

The stapled cardboard construction is covered with aluminium foil and masking tape on top

Next i've adhered a layer of kitchen roll paper with Decoupage glue. When dry, mounted the next layers of cardboard strips

The horns are a construction of aluminium foil, covered with masking tape, stucked into an empty kitchen roll and glued to the base with the hot glue gun

Next up..more layers of kitchen roll paper and Decoupage glue to the helmet and horns

Defining the helmet, i've glued down another strip of cardboard and halfpearls as rivets

The cardboard strip got a layer of Texture Sand and the helmet was painted with black acrylic paint

The white stuff in the picture above is Kroma Crackle, i've applied for cracks and texture

Next up you'll see some stages of painting.
I started with a wash of Quinacridone Gold on top of the Kroma Crackle, Silver Metallic on the helmet and some drybrushing raw umber, burnt umber and burnt sienna on top of the cardboard strips and rivets

I also painted with black Antiquing Cream on top of the Silver Metallic paint

Defining horns with more washes

Defining the helmet

Well..... i hope you like the wearable helmet
In either case, it's a very cool decoration, don't you think?

Thanks for reading and your appreciated comments
Don't forget to join the challenge at SASPC with your industrial / steampunkish project till the end of december



Montag, 2. November 2015

Facebook Card Swap

Hi Crafters (:o)

Heute wieder eine Karte von einem Facebook Swap,die ich kürzlich erhalten habe von...
Today i want to show you the card from the Facebook Swap, i recently received from ..

 Cooler geht's nicht, oder? Carola hat es echt drauf ♥ 
Utterly outstanding cool!!

Thanks so much, Carola ♥


Sonntag, 1. November 2015

Karte nach Sketch - Momente

KuckKuck (:o)

Heute mal eine Karte nach einem Sketch von KREATIVtisch.

Die Inspiration zu dieser Karte kommt aus dem Buch LaBlanche Mixed Media 2015
Meine Formate sind oft *frei Schnauze* und diese misst 12 cm x 17 cm

Zuerst den Hintergrund gestempelt, mit Archival Black und einem Stempel von LaBlanche

Auf die Flagge habe ich DecoArt Texture Glass aufgetragen und trocknen lassen

Anschließend Distress Ink Black Soot gewischt

Von dem Texture Glass die Distress Farbe vorsichtig mit einem feuchten Tuch herunter nehmen, damit das Weiss darunter wieder zum Vorschein kommt

Verziert habe ich mit Washi Tape.....

....Blümchen mit Newsprint ebenfalls von LaBlanche 

Auch der *Momente* Stempel ist aus einem LaBlanche Set, bezogen über HSE24 und im Shop noch nicht erhältlich.

Bling gehört natürlich auch dazu von Prima *Say it in Crystals*

 So...Mädels und nun ran an die Stempel (:o)



Sonntag, 25. Oktober 2015

Top Hats and Moustaches! - SASPC

Hi Crafters (:o)

If you have been reading my post yesterday, you'll notice my actual addiction 
Today i've finished my second shadow box and it fits the current challenge theme at SASPC

Step by Step

I started by priming the box and frame ( Artemio 15 cm x 15 cm ) with DecoArt Media Gesso White followed by DecoArt Media Modeling Paste and a stencil

Next steps are painting the box and frame with DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylics Medium Grey Value 6  and when dry, applied DecoArt Americana Decor Crackle Medium on top

When the Crackle Medium was touch dry, i've painted DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylics Titan Buff on top

Next up..some stamping....with LaBlanche stamps and Archival Ink Black

Lasercut chipboards, gessoed, stamped and clear heat embossed
You can also see some rusted fabric in the background which was stamped with Archival Ink, too

Fernli Designs Wood Gears painted with DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylics Metallic Silver

I hope you enjoyed
6 days left for you to enter the challenge
Thanks for reading and your appreciated comments
Happy crafting!