I used watercolor pencils on this fish page. I bought them for a class I am giving in the spring and I wanted to try them out to see how they worked. I colored them just as I would with colored pencils.
Once done, I used a paintbrush with a bit of water to blend all the colors. It makes the image well colored as any white space is given color with the water. This paper is not the weight needed for much water and you can see the wrinkled edges. I had to iron it flat once it had dried.
I am happy with the results. It took longer as the design was quite a bit more detailed and the water color added some time.
One of the most interesting pieces was an art piece with with this kit designed by Victor Vasarely (French/Hungarian, 1906–1997) Planetary folklore Participations no. 1 , 1969. Mixed media sculpture edition plastic, paper, metal 20 x 20 in. (50.8 x 50.8 cm.)
The plastic pieces are held in place by magnets in a black metal box frame. The pieces can easily be re arranged to create a new piece of art. I loved the concept. I found these images on line as photos were discouraged.
Car Litter BagThe piece of fabric on the left with the marbling pattern was too small to make a litter bag. I combined it with red fabric for the outer bag and chose solid red for the liner bag.
I have been trying to decide how to design the way the bag is held in place in the car. I have decided to make fabric ties of 12" as well as include a loop in the center. Some cars have a hook in the foot well which is works nicely to hold this type of bag. Again, it holds a produce bag placed inside a plastic container which makes the opening always open and the litter in the produce bag can just be tossed when it is full.
This one is made of turquoise butterfly fabric with a pale yellow liner.
Sharing with Jann at Daily Cup with Mrs. Olson - Share Your Cup #233.