Someone to watch over me…

As soon as I saw this magazine image, that melody popped into my head. So thanks Sandy (SaWo), for prompting yet another journey into my subconscious. I used DD’s stamp on the lower right-hand portion of the image – an obsession I’d say! I don’t even know where magazine background begins and art journal ends, never mind why they merge, but they do.

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I used my Frankenstein/cityscape carved stamp, plus the barbwire, but you have to look closely to see them!! I have come to realise that when things are on my mind, I resort to cathartic doodling. The structure comes as I work – although that does sound like a contradiction in terms, I fear! For the curious, I have used TH distress inks in 3 colours only for the background and stamped images.

The white pen is the soggy Souffle Pen… goes on wet and dries white. I find this really annoying – I want my white highlights instantly, not half an hour later when I’ve moved on… grrrr! Is it just me or have you got better white pens than I have?

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  1. Sandy

     /  December 21, 2008

    Brilliant Rosie, absolutely brilliant.
    Fantastic work.

    Thanks for your wonderful work to SaWo.
    Have a great christmas time meine Liebe.

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  2. GREAT piece, Rosie!

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  3. Rosie, this is a fabulous piece! I love the eye and the magazine page. I’ve never seen the type white pen you described. I have 3 different brands and they all go on white and stay white. I think I’d have a bit of trouble with your pen. I’d need to see whetre I’ve been.

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  4. It’s got real depth. Love all the layers! As for white pens (and a plethora of other colors): SAKURA GELLY ROLLS! I love them! They go on bright and clear and show up against just about any background (make sure to get the kind that say you can write on black backgrounds).

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  5. Great piece. Best white pen I have found is the Ranger Inkssentials one which goes on to almost any surface and goes on white and dries white. Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a joyous and creative New Year

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