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torsdag 20 juli 2017

Experiments and challenges.

The first one today I made on a recycled watercolor painting. On both my tiles I combined Made by Joey´s challenge with guestblogger Susie Ng and I am the Diva´s guestpost Jessica Davies. The recycled one came out like this:



This might be more focus on Peanuckle than on Asian Fans (Suzanne McNeill). But Asian Fans are there like a shelter for Peanuckles I think and then Marnie (Chrissie Frampton) also took place. I regret my try with the shading with Distress markers here, they didn´t work the way I intended. But I kind of like it anyway. 
Then the next tile:



Here is my experiment. I have seen  something called Tranzending. As I understand it, it is like getting a pattern look transparant and let another pattern show through it. Well I worked hard on getting it look like something today, using Asian Fans over Peanuckle. I can´t tell if  my try  worked or not, but it was an experience. The technique was demonstrated on a seminar with Maria and Rick and ofcourse I wasn´t there so I had to guess how to do it.  

10 kommentarer:

Ria Matheussen sa...

For me Tranzending is totally new but I am immediately fond of this technique. I love your outcome, looks very special to me and it is just great to create one tile for two challenges!
Two wonderful results and mostly I prefer colored ones but this time my absolute fave is the second one!

Anita Aspfors Westin sa...
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Anne's tangle blog sa...

Both very beautiful Anita!

Susie sa...

I can see through, Anita, I can. I think Asian Fans is ideal for such an experiment and you did a wonderful job on both tiles. I did the same weeks back when we were at X at Joey's alphabet challenge. I added an extra twist by flipping the underneath pattern inside out (or was it outside in?).
Thank you so much for participating at my challenge, Anita.

Anita Aspfors Westin sa...

Thank's ! I'll go there and check! Soon!😄

Anita Aspfors Westin sa...

Thank's Anne!

Jean Chaney sa...

The tranzending technique looks amazing! Not sure of how to do it, but I love how yours turned out!

Michele Wynne sa...

Wow! I have not heard of this Tranzending before. I love that ghostly effect. Both of your pieces are lovely 😍

Anita Aspfors Westin sa...

I am not sure either😄, but I had some fun! Thank's Jean!

Anita Aspfors Westin sa...

I heard of it in a Fb group. Then I saw some tiles in the app. It was fun trying! Thank's Michele for stopping by!😄