Last week I shared a fun and easy tutorial painting circles on your Gelli Plate. There were some pretty cool "blobs" on my cards and I knew exactly what I wanted to do with them.
I knew that I wanted to turn those blobs into flowers. I'm totally not a drawer in my art, but this was so easy. If I can do it, so can you.
SUPPLIES:paper with painted "blobs" circles
any of my favorite pens (I'm using a Uni-Ball Signo UM-153 Gold pen)
I'm using the 4"x6" cards that I've created in the Gelli Plate Mixed Media Tutorial series.
- Gelli Print Intro: creating simple backgrounds
- Gelli Plate and Masks
- Gelli Plate and Texture
- Gelli Plate and Stencils
- Gelli Plate and Paint Brushes
HOW-TOThere are a couple ways to create some fun doodled flowers from your blobs.
- STYLE 1) Outline the painted half circles
- STYLE 2) draw little half circles going around the blob in a spiral pattern. Don't think about it, just do it quickly. I love how the messy half circles make it look more flowery and flow-y.
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