LOVE LOVE LOVE IT! It is colorful, inviting and full of joy. Sea Witch
Wowza!!! You are so talented! Love the making of the banner, girlie! I have to clean my studio each time I create... it looks like a bomb went off between projects!Hugs!!!!!!
I come from icandy, she so impresses me that I want to see her visitors, but she's got soooo many, and I have 3 blogs and facebook, but wow you have magic and gypsy 2 of my three favourite words (the other is stuff) I took one look and I got sizzles, so I'll visit more later, 'cause wow you're talented, and creative and a magic gypsy, well of course you're one of Icandy's visitor ;)
You don't know this, but I drop in every morning, to get a good dose of creativity flowing...works every time ;) I'm not clear on the paint with an hairbrush, if you know you get a chance to get into details about it, this not too-savvy craft person would be much obliged ;)
LorraineOops - it should have read "THEN paint with an airbrush" - not "THE paint with an airbrush"; I changed it. I use a very old Paasche V airbrush, which doesn't look anything like a paint brush. It's about the size of a large pen and you hook it up to an air compressor - mine goes put, put, put but it should go ssssssssss - and you put paint in a cup attached to the side and press a lever to mix the paint and air. The mix is controled by the lever and that's how you create the gradations. The airbrush was popular in the 1940's - think pin-ups. Now-a-days people use Photoshop to do this, but I don't have Photoshop so I do it old school.
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