Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Challenge #126 Stencils as Strings

Challenge #126 Stencils as Strings

I have used stencils by Ed Roth before to use as a beginning as a tile. Here are #1, #2, and #3. I really enjoy this use of stencils and have found it to be rewarding although I never seem to know what to do with the eye space, especially on human type stencils.  Anyway, This time I just used a stencil that is a simple shape:


I used it in the direction shown, then did a mirror image and added just two "leaves" on each side.




I used brown and black micron pens, Faber-Castell cold grey IV Brush and brown colored pencil

13 comments:

  1. Love your work!! It's so elegant!

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  2. I love the clean fresh lines and the gorgeous use of a flowing stencil!

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  3. I love what you did with that. Beautiful!

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  4. elegant and would be a lovely pattern in stitches..

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  5. Simple and very pretty! Love this!

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  6. Like the aura of beads that you used. This is one that could almost make your own garden with.

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  7. I love this, it is an awesome shape to tangle and I live your layout with it.

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  8. Yet another idea to use a stencil in more than one way. I love that it's twice it's size in the challenge. Looks great and was a great idea too!

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  9. Love the way you connected your stencil shapes to make a 'whole' :)

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  10. Very nice, Debra! Very cool design.

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