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Friday, February 20, 2015

"Tempus Fugit" Just Steampunk Vol 3 & Week 3 of DominoART Challenge 10!

TGIF Dominoians!
 Today I'm sharing an altered game art necklace that was published in Just Steampunk Vol 3 featuring Lost Coast Designs Steampunk stamp called "Time Flies"!
But first a quick reminder that we're now entering week 3 of DominoART's Challenge #10 Hearts plus Any Game Goes!  I look forward to seeing your altered game art created with any game you want with a Hearts theme ;0)

 I stamped portions of the Time Flies image onto a small domino and a Chekit game piece with Jet Black StazOn ink then heat set and coloured with Sharpies in my signature "Sharpie Domino Queen" technique.  Metallic gold detailing was added to both game pieces with a DecoColor fine point paint pen and also edged and colored the sides with a broad point paint pen.  Then Judikins Diamond Glaze was applied to the surface and sides of both game pieces.

I stamped the same image again with Tuxedo Black Memento Ink onto Neenah Solar White cardstock and colored just the wings and legs with Copic markers and added gold to the buckles on the shoes with a metallic gold Promarker.  I fussy cut out the image and removed the legs from the body then colored the backs of the pieces black with a Copic marker.  I punched 1/16" holes with a hole punch at the top of the legs and the base of the body before applying Rock Candy Distress Crackle paint to the legs and the 'wings'.  Once the crackle paint was dry I applied Black Soot Distress Ink to enhance the cracks and buffed off the excess with a piece of paper towel.

I then adhered both game pieces to the body with Judikins Diamond Glaze making sure to add some on the sides where the two game pieces touch at the 'neck' of the doll.  Once secure I adhered a Tim Holtz Idea-ology metal gear over the face of the doll, a flattened antique gold screw head eyelet and antique gold and copper Tim Holtz Idea-ology clock hands to the game pieces with more JD Glaze.

The largest Sizzix Alterations Gadget Gear was die cut out from a sheet of Grungeboard board and I applied tarnished brass Metallic Distress Stain to both sides and sealed with a coat of Delta Ceramcoat matte varnish.  I punched a 1/16" hole into one of the spokes  and adhered the game art doll to the gear with JD Glaze.  Once dry I attached the legs to the body with brass jump rings and attached an antique gold chain with a lobster claw clasp to the gear with a larger jump ring and  embellished with a brass gear from SkyBluePink.com.

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1 comment:

  1. OMG, Leigh! this is so cool and creative, I don't even know what to say except love, Love, LOVE it! xxD


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