Sunday, 25 February 2018

Acrylic ink watercolours

I've been out buying more Liquitex acrylic inks. This time the transparent set which has Burnt umber, Burnt Sienna and Raw Sienna.  OMG I love these colours especially with a touch of black.
I watercoloured the background and used the dropper to create squiggles. I outlined some of the stamps with a white gel pen to add some highlights and added a a music die cut.
Again my inspiration has come from Red Queen Art Creation, Eleanor's artistic creation are stunning.



I'm entering this in the following Challenges
Watercooler Wednesday Challenge 158 (masculine)
Paper Artsy Watercolour challenge
Create and Inspire 71 Anything goes





Card Recipe
Stamps: Rubbernecker, Seth Apter (Spellbinders)
Paper: Mixed media, Black, 110lb White
Ink: Ranger Archival,
Accessories: Liquitex acrylic inks (Transparent), Ali Express Die cut.
Techniques: Watercolouring, Die cutting

17 comments:

  1. OMG...Absolutely Gorgeous earth tones with your acrylic paints. Loved your swirls and stamped images and a bit of white gel pen outlining. Truly a work of art, my friend. I loved now your musical note flows along with your painting. TFS Hugs..

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  2. Fabulous artsy background - great masculine card!

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  3. love, love and love again....awesome card. I am not familiar with those inks but would like to check them out.
    x Karen

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  4. My goodness - what a piece of art you have created on your card Christine - LOVE the browns with black - just beautiful!

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  5. Another artsy background, Christine! I love your pieces using this paint! Love that die cut too! It pairs perfectly with the background!

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  6. How cool to get beautiful watercolouring from transparent acrylics. The background is gorgeous. Love this mix of colours. Fantastic design Christine! xx

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  7. Love your choice of colours and such a fabulous background effect on your gorgeous card x

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  8. Christine I love this jazzy musical masculine card. The background is such a delightful mashup of acrylic water colours and I love the bold musical note against this backdrop. Thanks so much for sharing it with us at the Watercooler Wednesday Masculine Anything Goes challenge this week.

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  9. Your background looks stunning !! It has so much depth ... it's amazing.
    Hugs,
    BożenA

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  10. WOWZA! this is amazing! What a fabulous effect and you are SO right- LOVE the colors! You do use some amazing products but what you do with them is always incredible. I'm away on vacation but just HAD to comment on this!

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  11. So cool! Love that background and the music notes. Thanks for joining us at Watercooler Wednesday.

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  12. Christine, your background is like a work of art! I love the colours and all the movement you've created. The narrow black matte and those wonderful die-cut musical notes work wonderfully with the design. Thanks so much for joining our Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week.

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  13. Gorgeous shades of brown acrylic inks with a touch of black, Christine! Your artsy swirl background and the music die cut truly makes a piece of art! Hideko

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  14. Stunning colours and background. Perfect for masculine cards. I can see why you’ve been investing in more acrylic paints... striking cards! xx

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  15. Love love your background Christine, these are some of my absolute fave colour acrylic inks and I love the music die cut in black, it goes so well with your background. Thank you again for kind comment, I really appreciate it xx

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  16. Love the sweep of music across the card! x

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