lundi 21 janvier 2013

Feel Free

Ahhh les Panpastel...  Je les aime vraiment!  J'adore l'effet de douceur mais d'intensité des créations produites avec ceux-ci.  Pour donner de l'éclat au mat des Panpastel j'aime bien étendre un peu de Inka Gold  dans les mêmes tons ici et là lorsque je les utilise.  Le contraste entre le mat et la brillance donne un effet trop chouette.

C'est cette technique que j'ai utilisé sur les fleurs d'une de mes dernières page de AJ.

Bonne journée!

1 commentaire:

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When a protest group is peaceful, it feels very offensive to be spied upon.

Groups often do not find out till years or decades later that they were spied upon, and looking back, wonder what about their group could possibly have been of interest to a sophisticated law enforcement agency.

Every time the woman said "prostrate", her voice seemed to raise a few
octaves. I tried to stare at her, with an annoyed look
on my face, to perhaps clue her in that not everyone on the
bus wanted to listen in on her conversation. She didn't notice. After a while, it just became amusing, and I'm not one who can hold back giggles in
public. Within a few minutes, those sitting around me also caught a case of the giggles and we went into a shared fit of
laughter over this stranger's prostrate problems. Needless to say, I didn't accomplish any reading on that bus ride.

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