Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Beauty


I thought you might want to see who she is looking at. Their story continues.


Many of you have ask about the white pen I have been using in my Gut Art Journal. So here it is. It writes and flows better than any I have tried and I have tried all of them. After it dries, I usually seal it with Golden Matte Medium. Then it is permanent.


Expect hamburgers for supper,
Sharon


13 comments:

  1. I love your journal pages and your artwork. I always check in but dont often say hello but I am today.
    Love the new pages , always the faces:)

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  2. alright! i like'em with mayo and all the fixins. what time shall i arrive?

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  3. Oh boy...hamburgers...I like onions in and on mine please!

    Thanks for sharing about the gelly rolls. I have some of those (my daughter gave me) and now I know they are so adaptable and to cover them with the matte medium.

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  4. I have that pen and it just wouldn't work well for me but when I sprayed my piece with matte sealer and THEN did my writing, it worked just great!

    I love this piece you're doing, so pretty!

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  5. your painting are so beautiful.

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  6. I don't know the story yet, but those two faces are wonderfully androgynous
    and now you have injected this woman
    wearing a hat which seems historical,
    can't wait to see the rest of the story.

    Corrine

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  7. She is lovely, and certainly the embelishments are also grand and not at al typical. I say that as I can be to typical. I had to look closely and enlarge your work and read your words, since I don't have words for collage. I could write on one that I went on and on to Sharon. My fine point whiteout
    pen worked quite good for the five words I did say on the piece.

    Glad ot hear you had fun, I am sure someone is always keeping an eye on the Johnson sisters. I go to look at them a couple times a day.

    Did a background 16X20 today of newspaper, gold tissue, back tissue, paint. and stencils for my
    five angel collages. The five I have done don't fit properly, not good planning, so I have to do two smaller ones.

    What I learned today when painting a background how nice laying a corner of paper on a sheet and painting over it, then removing it.
    nice designs.

    One sure learns a lot by fooling around. Emelie
    Wishing you lovely creations.

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  8. that is the pen i use too and how were the burgers?? gosh, you make me giggle...

    :o)

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  9. Sharon thanks for the pen tip. For some reason it does not work as well for me. poo!!! I am gonna give it another try!

    I must say again that I love your work!!

    Have a great day!!

    Hmm, burgers tonight - sounds like a plan to me!!! :)

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  10. Cheese and onions on mine please!

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  11. Very beautiful expressive pages- the faces have a lot of depth and individual character. Wonderful art!

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  12. Catching up with the last few pages you've done. I really like the one of the two women, lots of emotion there.

    Flip those burgers and get back to painting!

    Darla

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  13. I just bought this pin the other day. i have not used it yet. I was almost afraid to try it because the price was low, but I am so glad I did. Now to find that bag I left it in!!!!! Hugs, Mary
    Love these pages!

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