Monday, September 8, 2008

New Image Transfer

This is an image transfer I did this weekend. It is 12x12. This one is a regular canvas & not the flat one. I really do NOT like working with this type of canvas. I always have a terrible time pressing everything down. I had so many wrinkles in the paper it was ridiculous. Once the top coat dried you couldn't really see it too much. From now on...it's flat canvas for me!
My mind was running a little wild & I believe this pic is evidence of that. Very busy! Even though...I am still pretty happy with it. I did a lot more rubber stamping & only the one image transfer in the middle. The image transfer was done with my favorite, Sheer Heaven.
Have a wonderful week everyone!



6 comments:

GAIL said...

It turned out beautiful. Did you do the sides as well?

Diana Evans said...

oh wow Diane...another amazing piece...I love all the details and the colours...wonderful work!

Nancy McCarroll - Arts, Crafts and Favorites said...

This is a dumb question, but since I am totally unversed in your media, I am trying my hardest to figure out what is "stamped"...I DO see that the middle is a transfer, but why do all the other images look like they are transferred as well? Thanks, your follower, Nancy

Diane said...

Hi Nancy, Thanks for dropping by & I will interpret your comment as a compliment. Maybe seeing the picture in person would enable you to see the difference a little more. I am very pleased to hear they look like transfers also as I find transferring images to be a bit more challenging. So many great stamps...I like to work them in too.

Diane said...

I did actually paint the border of the canvas kind of a metallic emerald green.I wanted to just leave it a solid color as the picture was busy enough to start with. Thank you, dear sister, Gail for always visiting. xoxoxoxo Iluvu

Nancy McCarroll - Arts, Crafts and Favorites said...

DEFINITELY A COMPLIMENT!!