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Sunday, January 22, 2012

Deer in the yard...

Windows in two different rooms give you very different scenes to look at. Both are on fairly dark, rich, wallpaper. This window scenescape was done in fall and shows the deer down by the water. The window is sponged lightly with Caramel, while acetate makes the window panes for this one.

The one in winter is off deer grazing in the yard, fairly close to the house. The scene is colored with Copics, and the window has soft subtle CO, C1, & O Copics to accentuate the markings on the window itself. Again with Crystal Lacquer for the window panes. This window has a pine sprig on top, made using a Martha Stewart Pine Branch Punch. The Berries are made using the 1/16th" hole punch. So tiny they are hard to work with.


KellyRae said...

The Copic shading looks good on the window frame.

Carolina Girl (Cely) said...

You have a truly inspirational way of viewing the window die. Love love what you did!