Sunday, January 13, 2008

Frog in a Blender anyone?

My very talented artist friend Rockin Robin Caldwell created and named this technique. She originally shared it with the art world in the October 2006 issue of The Technique Junkies newsletter. And now she is allowing me to share it here with you. If you decided to share also please give credit where credit is due. How would we all feel if we someday found out that Michealangelo has been given credit for someone elses work. We are all artists and deserve to be recognized for our own creations! Thank you Robin for allowing me to share. You ROCK!!!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Alright Brenda!!! The only thing that I would add is that I dry my BG's on freezer paper to prevent sticking, and also submerge my papers completely in the "future broth"...hence the appearance that they are done on both sides. I also fill my container with at least 1/4" of future. Anything that is liquid color is fair game to color the future with. My most vibrant pieces are from alcohol inks and colorwash sprays. If you have any questions on this, Brenda can put you in contact with me. Hisses, Rockin Robin Caldwell