Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Stained Glass Flower on Silk Using Neocolor II

Stained Glass Flower, Neocolors on Silk Painting, 8" x 8"
Image design from the "Floral Stained Glass Pattern Book," by Ed Sibbett, Jr.
Floral Stained Glass Pattern Book

Neocolor II watersoluble wax crayons on silk with black resist.


Artfully,

14 comments:

Diane said...

Gorgeous! Black resist is perfect for "leading" - never thought about using that!

Janet said...

Gorgeous!!

Sue K said...

Breathtaking!! This is so pretty and I just love it! I am going to HAVE to get out my neocolors and play with them! There are always so many pretties on your blog!
WOW!

Scrappy Cat said...

This is GORGEOUS!!!!!!

Brigitte (SE. Louisiana) said...

Absolutely beautiful, Fannie.

Fannie said...

Thanks, Diane, Janet, Sue K, Cheryl and Brigitte! ♥♫♥

WoolenSails said...

That is beautiful, love the subtle shading. I could not find any good fabric paints or markers in the store, so have to keep looking. That is the look, I would like to create.

Debbie

Fannie said...

Hi, Debbie. As you may know, I prefer Neocolors. But there are quite a few good fabric paints out there. One brand that I've used is Dye-na-Flow by Jacquard. That brand may be easier to find in your local hobby or craft stores and works well with this technique. Hope this helps. Have fun.

WoolenSails said...

Fannie,
I looked at them again on the link and now I get what they are. We do have a new art store in town, so I will check them out tomorrow.

Debbie

Fannie said...

Great, Debbie! Let me know if you have any questions. I'll help if I can. Enjoy. ♥♫♥

Sherry said...

Very nice Fannie. Maybe I'll post mine soon.

Jacq said...

Very,very nice. Your colors and shading are beautiful. The black resist really adds to the painting.

marianne said...

What a beautiful image!
Lovely colors! I would love to have a window like that!

Fannie said...

Thanks, Sherry.

These were fun to do, Jacq. You should try it. Wonder what your parasol would lool like. Yes, the black resist makes the image pop, I think.

Hi, Marianne. That would make a nice window . . . Thanks for stopping by.