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Butterly Scene /Art Journal


Happy Wednesday!!
Are you ready for some art journal inspiration??

I used Deco Art Media Fluid Acrylics and Rebecca Baer stencil Enchanted Vine-LG
I always gesso my pages before I start my page.The fluid acrylics are used sparingly.  One drop goes a long way!  I used my fingers to rub it around my page.I laid the stencil down and did additional rubbing of paint in the stencil after freehand sketching the butterfly in. I wanted to be sure the main stenciling was done around the butterfly.

 I painted several coats of the fluid acrylics on the butterly.  The carbon black covers extremely well!
To finish it up-I painted in all the white parts.

 I hope you'll try the stencils in your journals or canvas projects! They have lots of good details.
Thanks for stopping by!

Deco Art Products Used:
Interference Violet and Green
Glazing Mediums
Cadmium Red Hue
Viridian
Dioxazine Purple
Quinacridone Magenta
Diarylide Yellow
Vermillion
Carbon Black
White

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