Green colour appears almost everywhere these days! Grass, flowers, bushes, trees become more and more green after months of resting. So is our May moodboard 🙂 It is filled with shades of green.
The moodboard and all details of our Art Recipe are available below.
Our new visual moodboards consists of:
– 4 products to choose from – they are shown on the right
– colour palette – right next to the products and each colour has their own circle
– and visual inspiration in a form of several beautiful images.
It is easy to remember – things in circles are the core of the challenge (colours and products) and things in squares/rectangles are only a visual inspiration to help you get creative juices flowing.
Just to make sure, you are all well informed, we would like to let you know, that challenges will be going live each second Sunday of the month. So please do not be surprised, that Inlinkz is closed the day before. Please keep that in mind planning your entering the challenge 🙂 because we love your projects so much and we do not want to lose any of them!
The rules are very simple. Each challenge consists of colour palette and products. You need to stick to the colour palette and use at least 2 of the products listed in a challenge.
Products to choose from:
The colours: jungle green, dusty jade, dark mint
If the products on your project are not easy to recognize, please add in description information, where exactly we can see them.
Challenge is open till June, 12th. The winner will be invited to be Guest Designer on our blog.
This month Guest Designer is Oleksandr Azarov
Hello everyone! I’m so glad and honored to be here with you. For the new challenge I decorated a gift box. Covered the box with a paper napkin, added texture paste and decorative stones. Painted chipboard pieces and supplemented with blight cheerful colors. Tied some twine around the box and adhered an old looking sign. To touch up the overall project I added black splatter.
Products I have used:
Inspiration from our team:
Products I have used:
967314 Art Alchemy – Liquid Acrylic – Emerald 967321 Art Alchemy – Liquid Acrylic – Avocado Green 961466 Art Basics – Gesso – Clear 961381 Art Basics – 3D Gloss Gel 964702 Art Ingredients – Micro Beads set 968489 Mechanicals – Desert Flowers 968656 Finnabair Mould – Nocturnal Elements 968663 Finnabair Mould – Machine Parts 968618 Finnabair Mould – Vintage Portraits 968717 Art Alchemy – Matte Wax – Sage Leaves 964078 Art Alchemy – Sparks – Fairy Wings
968243 Finnabair Tissue Paper – Journaling Minis – Celestial Music 968854 Art Ingredients – Metallic Flakes – Vintage
968809 Art Extravagance – Gilding Glue
Hello everyone! The stunning green palette of the May Art Recipe didn’t leave me indifferent. Moreover, green is one of my favorite colors.
I couldn’t decide which shade of green – warm or cold – I want to see in my work, so I’ve made two objects. I altered small glass vase and plastic bottle using different moulds and metal flowers (one from obligatory elements). I glued Tissue Paper to create beautiful background on vase(also one from obligatory elements). To add texture, I used Graphite paste and after it dried very well, I added green colors.
I was applying various acrylic paints and waxes and as the result I’ve got two mixed media objects in warm and cold colors. Which do you like more? I still find it difficult to answer :)).
I prepared video tutorial. Hope it will be interesting for you.
xoxo, Anastasia(aka Nastyalena)
Products I have used:
967802 Art Alchemy – Metallique – Dragonfly 967772 Art Alchemy – Metallique – Jade Stone 968540 Mechanicals – Rusty Monstera 968502 Mechanicals – Grungy Succulents 968496 Mechanicals – Metal Blooms 968625 Finnabair Mould – Wings and Bones 968632 Finnabair Mould – Birds and Bats 968717 Art Alchemy – Matte Wax – Sage Leaves 968397 Art Alchemy – Metallique Wax – Emerald 968380 Art Alchemy – Metallique Wax – White Pearl 967895 Art Alchemy – Matte Wax – Rusty Red 967864 Art Alchemy – Matte Wax – Patina Green 964344 Art Alchemy – Antique Brilliance – Lucky Emerald 964009 Art Alchemy – Metallique Wax – Brushed Iron
I worked on my green canvas for several days. I tried to capture this shade of green, but it kept escaping me. Although it was difficult, I stopped and decided that this is the green that I like.
The composition of my work consists mainly of castings. A beautiful huge cog became the halo of my lost warrior princess. Why a warrior princess? Because her statue rests over the bones of her defeated enemies. How wonderful that you can find many sizes of bones in Finnabair molds. They can be fitted to almost any project.
Unfortunately, I covered up the beautiful tissue paper with multiple media treatments. I decided that cracks would be a great match for this project. Once they were dry, I sprayed them with water and Liquid Acrylic in In Black color. This made the cracks more visible. The black paint also helped me bring out the details of the castings and gave depth and mystery to the whole project.
I hope you enjoy my project and it will inspire you to create your own!
Products I have used – all the images linked to Mixed Media Place online store:
964610 Art Alchemy – Impasto Paint – Bottle Green 968939 Finnabair Mould – Large Gears 968649 Finnabair Mould – Skull and Bones 968632 Finnabair Mould – Birds and Bats 968595 Finnabair Mould – Queens of Steam 968588 Finnabair Mould – Grungy Frames 968243 Finnabair Tissue Paper – Journaling Minis – Celestial Music 967765 Art Alchemy – Sparks – Green Goblin 967345 Art Alchemy – Liquid Acrylic – Ink Black 967321 Art Alchemy – Liquid Acrylic – Avocado Green 967314 Art Alchemy – Liquid Acrylic – Emerald 968717 Art Alchemy – Matte Wax – Sage Leaves 967864 Art Alchemy – Matte Wax – Patina Green 962999 Art Basics – Soft Gloss Gel – tube 961442 Art Basics – Heavy Gesso – White
963040 Art Basics – Heavy Body Gel
Hi gorgeous friends!Following our beautiful and vintage looking moodboard I’ve created a wooden based panel using three of Art Recipe ingredients – Matte Waxes, Sparks and Tissue Paper.Sparks acrylic paints are one of my favorite Finnabair products and with adding of matte touch of Waxex you can get truly fabulous effect!My project is about a beautiful woman, warm memories and old notes.
I’ve used Musica Tissue Paper as a background.
To make a background more interesting I’ve added a texture with Golden Nugget Paste using Vintage Wallpaper stencil and then stamped using different stamps of Finnabair and 7Dots Studio. After that I partially painted the edges of the panel with Sparks acrylic paints diluted with water.
I’ve painted all the clay elements and chipboard with Sparks paints and then added a matte finish with Matte waxes.
As a final touch I’ve added microbeads and glass glitter.
Products I have used:
961442 Art Basics – Heavy Gesso – White 964702 Art Ingredients – Micro Beads set 962982 Art Basics – 3D Gloss Gel – tube 966935 Art Extravagance – Golden Nugget Paste 967208 Finnabair Tissue Paper – Musica 968717 Art Alchemy – Matte Wax – Sage Leaves 967857 Art Alchemy – Matte Wax – Old White 967864 Art Alchemy – Matte Wax – Patina Green 967758 Art Alchemy – Sparks – Night Shadow 967765 Art Alchemy – Sparks – Green Goblin 964146 Art Alchemy – Sparks – Raven Black 964085 Art Alchemy – Sparks – Mermaid Sparkle 967987 Finnabair Stencil – Vintage Wallpaper
968588 Finnabair Mould – Grungy Frames 964702 Art Ingredients – Micro Beads set
1. Create a project with our colour scheme and 2 products from 4 listed at the beginning of this blog post
2. If any products are not well visible on the project, please leave an information where to find them on your project in description on your blog
3. Enter using Inlinkz below.
Finnabair May 2021 Art Recipe (Scroll to the bottom)
Challenge will be closed on June, 12th. Lucky winner will be announced by the end of May.We hope you feel inspired and we can’t wait to see your projects 😀
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