July 16, 2014
Ink, and in the first case, shellac, on Mylar. Both sides.
Filed under New Work.
Tags: ink and shellac., mylar, new work
Mylar is a kind of drafting film. You can get it from most art supply places. Thanks for your comments Caroline!
Hello Anthea ! What is mylar, is it draft film? or another material ? where can we find it ?
Thank you !!
Your work is beautiful , always
Thanks, Cindy. It is.
I love the possibilities with frosted mylar! The ink plays well with the creamy color of the shellac in this case…looks like great fun!
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