Thursday, November 13, 2008

tar gel over painted paper

I did not realize it's been so long since I posted. I've been wrestling with a Trojan horse virus and finally was able to rid my computer of the pesky threat. Why can't these people find something positive to do with their skills? Aarrgh!!!! This is clear tar gel dribbled over painted paper. It's one of the techniques from our fat book swap. Thank you Nancy Lynn. I like the way the tar gel picks up the colors underneath it and changes as the colors change. It's a little difficult to see here. She also suggests dribbling the tar gel over white paper and then painting over it after it dries. The tar gel will stay clear.

5 comments:

mk said...

glad you're back! this is fun. tho i didn't get a fat book i am, still learning some of the techniques- cool!

Barb said...

What a neat technique!
Wishin' you another artful day.

Ps said...

I'm learning so much from your blog.
We dont have Tar-gel in India.
Cheers
preeti

Michi, Orange County, CA said...

This clear tar gel tag looks GREAT, Marilyn!!! I'm anxious to find time to play with my FAT BOOK techniques, too!!!!

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