This is a drawing of a Bougainvillea leaf – the shading is done with stippling or tiny dots created with the point of a pencil.
My first posting of the water birch leaf included the secondary veins. Continuing work on this line drawing of the leaf by adding the tertiary veins. Such an amazing network!
Note to self – specimens shrink as they dry.
My first leaf portrait – part of new adventure in botanical illustration! Poor leaf dried and curled up in the heat.
Distress Spray Stain Distress Markers Distress Watercolor Cardstock Archival Ink Distress Micro-Glaze Stamp
Can’t get enough glitter from Creative Chemistry 102! The heart, branch and leaf were die cut out of grungeboard, Distress Inked, and then, using glossy accents adhesive, covered with Distress Glitter. I adhered them to a favorite piece of origami paper and placed it on a black tag. Lisa
It is hard to believe that it is the end of the month which means we are at the end of Creative Chemistry 102. Today we stamped with Distress Embossing Ink, added Ranger Sticky Embossing Powder and after the usual heat application, added the metallic leafing. We finished off the tag with some Distress Ink and spritzes of water. I … More Creative Chemistry 102: Sticky Powder with Leafing