diannecp

Hybrid collage

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I had fun putting this together. I think the hands look gawd-awful large but oh well, too late. The glue hadn't quite dried on one part when I took this picture. 

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Beautifully done, Dianne! I love it!

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I love the way the hands are actually sort of reaching out, I loved this on the MB - it's really lovely and so creative. :)

OH!  I just saw your other post, I didn't realize this was a hybrid - even more impressive Dianne! 

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I don't think the hands are too big at all. they are perfectly sized and this is gorgeous :)

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2 hours ago, angleigh said:

This is so cool.  What did you attach it to?

A 12x12 canvas which I painted a brownish shade then dabbed bits of gold onto it. I inked all cut edges a bit (some more than others). Then used ModPodge to attach the layers one by one (added a few things like the doily, burlap, and twine). 

One thing I learned doing this: 12x12 digital is a little bit big for a 12x12 canvas. Next time I think I'll resize the file to 11x11 and save as a new file before I print the layers. It was a lot of work but all the cutting was actually relaxing. I really loved doing this digitally first, and very little waste as I was able to print everything onto just 3 sheets of paper. 

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On 8/11/2017 at 8:00 AM, diannecp said:

A 12x12 canvas which I painted a brownish shade then dabbed bits of gold onto it. I inked all cut edges a bit (some more than others). Then used ModPodge to attach the layers one by one (added a few things like the doily, burlap, and twine). 

One thing I learned doing this: 12x12 digital is a little bit big for a 12x12 canvas. Next time I think I'll resize the file to 11x11 and save as a new file before I print the layers. It was a lot of work but all the cutting was actually relaxing. I really loved doing this digitally first, and very little waste as I was able to print everything onto just 3 sheets of paper. 

It's so pretty!

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Creative! Great job, Dianne!

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