Friday, 24 November 2017

Tando Creative - Modeling Paste

It's texture paste week over on the Tando inspiration blog and I had fun creating a very grungy project.


To start I took one of the long Tando chipboard tags, gave it a coat of gesso and then a light coat of transparent iron oxide keeping it light and barely covering the whole of the tag.
To get some texture on the tag I took DecoArt modeling paste and mixed it with a little burnt umber media fluid acrylic and with a palette knife applied it through the long flourish stencil, turning it over to apply it at the bottom.


Next I took two different sizes of the grab bag circles and cut a little from each of them and gave them a coat of burnt umber. Before the tag dried I took the circles applied wet glue to the backs and and stuck them into the modeling paste....


.... then I added some texture sand paste around the edges of the circles and the tag itself then left it to fully dry.


Once dried I rubbed a candle over the texture paste parts and then stippled with dark grey, cobalt turquoise and cobalt blue and rubbed the colours off of the textured areas.


I repeated again this time adding in some transparent yellow iron oxide.


Next I focussed on the sand texture areas and the edges and stippled in burnt umber, burnt sienna and paynes grey followed by rust in a bottle - a coat of quinacridone gold spritzed with water and left to settle before drying.


I dribbled some watery TYIO through, dried it and repeated with cobalt turquoise to bring the patina colours back into play a little bit.


The seam binding ribbon took the paint washes beautifully.


The crown is a diecut and I glued two together to give it some dimension.


And finally I found a lost relative and painted a star to finish it off.


Thanks for stopping by today, my project can also be seen on the Tando blog


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14 comments:

Gina said...

I should so use modelling paste more. but I am terribly impatient when it comes to letting it dry. Stunning tag XXX

Corrie Herriman said...

So fantastic !
Corrie xx

Lisa said...

So absolutely stunning!! The texture is amazing!! The colors are fabulous!! Wow!! Love this, Brenda!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Redanne said...

Brenda, your tag is just gorgeous, so much wonderful texture and amazing colour. Great tutorial too! Hugs, Anne xx

Astrid Maclean said...

Wonderful grungy tag Brenda, the colour tones are just fabulous, that blue and rust and patina go together so well, the finished project has the real wow factor!

Meggymay said...

A fabulous grungy tag Brenda the textures look great.
Yvonne xx

Mrs.B said...

A fabulous tag Brenda, colour and textures look amazing.
Avril xx

Littlelamb said...

This is brilliant. Thank you for sharing this. I haven't used texture paste yet although I have some. Must try it.

butterfly said...

Scrumptious textured rusty patinas - what a fabulous tag celebrating all things textured!
Alison x

crafty-stamper said...

Very grungy and very textured-brilliant
Carol x

Kate said...

Wow! the texture on this tag is so yummy...and rusty! Beautiful!

pearshapedcrafting said...

Wow Brenda! The texture, the colours -simply wonderful! Just had a look back (again!) Lucky you to have attended a France Papillon workshop! Love what you created! Hugs, Chrisx

Team Clark said...

This is just fantastic!!! I love the amazing rusty/old texture you developed. Stunning with the tattered ribbon topper. Hugs, Autumn

Jackie P Neal said...

Absolutely stunning tag Brenda!! Just gorgeous is the color and oooooh that texture!!
Jackie xx