Saturday, April 22, 2006


My lovely friend, Laura, came to visit this week and showed me this technique on a magazine page where you put PVA/gel medium over the image you want to keep then use Brasso to remove the background. I had a play with it on this piece and then used acrylic paint and stamping around my image. I was so pleased with it that I've made it into this envelope for the monthly mail art swap on my Yahoo group. Definitely going to been playing with this technique more!


artfulzebra said...

LOL Now I've posted that pic and looked at it I feel inclined to give the girlie buckets to carry in each hand! ;-D


Joy said...

This is fantastic. :) I still need to try it - have some Brasso ready!

artfulzebra said...

Oh yes, do have a go, Joy! It's great fun! :-) Thanks for your comment. :-)


lalheg said...

Looking great!

And is blogger trying to tell me something? The word I had to type to get thsi on was - noron

artfulzebra said...

LOL You noron you! :-D

M x

Kari said...

Ooooh, this is luvverly, Maz, I just love the way the colours work. I will definitely have to give this a try.

Kari x

artfulzebra said...

Yes, do, Kari! It's great fun! :-D

M x

Jill said...

This is gorgeous...what a fab technique - its the liquid kind yes?...brasso that is...I am sure you detailed the technique somewhere..must get organised!

Anyhow, my point was, that this is lovely Maz :O)


artfulzebra said...

Yes, liquid, Jill, comes in the blue/white tin with a red lid. Have a go, it's cool! And thanks for your comment! ;-)

m x