Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Playing with Distress Oxide Inks

Oxide Backgrounds

Take a Walk on the Wild side.

Have been playing around with the new Oxide inks from Tim Holtz and I thought I should make some cards with some of the backgrounds I made. I am really happy with the way they blend and you can keep on adding more and more colour and they don't turn to mud. Fantastic. On the first card the background was just blended on, sprayed some water and then stamped the cheetah from Darkroom Door Wild Africa Vol 2 set. The sentiment is from the Wild Africa Vol 1 set.


This next background was done by pressing different coloured ink pads onto my non stick mat, adding water with a spray bottle and pushing the card into it and moving it slightly. Dried with my heat gun, added different colours to the mat, sprayed with water and smooshed again. You can do it again and again until you are happy with it. Flicked some water for a some for more texture. The elephant is from the Wild Africa Vol 3 set. Added some dots to the ground from an old SU set called Itty Bitty Backgrounds. The elephant was stamped twice, once on the card and then on some scrap paper and fussy cut and added to the card. Used Pumice stone distress ink to colour him and used a Prisma dark grey pencil for some shading.


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