Tuesday, 29 July 2014

STEAMPUNK INDUSTRIAL TAG

A very late entry here for these two challenged.  This has sat on the desk for a week looking at me to be finished.
Compendium of Curiosities  Challenge 7 Page 46
Tag Along  Steampunk



This tag is made using Tim Holt techniques from his new book Compendium of Curiosities 3, its the INDUSTIRAL TECHNIQUE  I especially like using this material.
I have used the metal foil sheets and embossed them
Then ADIRONDAK PAINTS,  ALCOHOL INKS,  CRACKLE ACCENTS, STICKLES,  all come into the mix
 
What isn't showing up in the photos is the shine, it is very metallic with a gleam.
 

8 comments:

Kay Wallace said...

This is not just a tag, Jill, but an amazing piece of art! I love all the detail you have added to make this technique your very own! Thanks so much for participating in the steampunk Tag Along challenge this week!

Anita Houston said...

WOW!!! I'd love to see this in person! That background is wildly beautiful! LOVE the way you colored it! The chain, framed image, and butterfly are icing on the cake! Just beautiful! Thank you so much for joining us in our metalicious challenge at CC3Challenge!!!

Hels Sheridan said...

What a great creation... so much detail to look at. If you link up the sponsor, Inspiration Emporium, you will be eligable for a dip at the prize draw... Thanks for playing along with the CC3 Challenge x

Artfully challenged said...

Just had to leave a comment to say how beautiful this tag is,stunning creation :)

Donna x

Candy C said...

Jill...your tag is amazing! I LOVE LOVE LOVE the introduction of COLOR to Tim's painted industrial technique rather than just black. This truly is stunning! Each little detail works so perfectly together. Be sure to add a link to our challenge sponsor, Inspiration Emporium, so that you will be eligible for the prizes. Thanks for sharing this wonderful tag with us at CC3C. <3 Candy

Rosie Schirrmeister said...

A gorgeous tag, Jill

Rosie Schirrmeister said...

A gorgeous tag, Jill

Annette Green said...

I love this tag and how you incorporated brighter colors on the technique. Fantastic! Thanks for playing along in the CC3 Challenge!

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