Last week I was trying out surfaces with the foil that can be easily repeated, using the foil with fusible pelmet vilene, inks and cold water dyes,
Today inspired by Lynda's play, I decided to use whatever was in my stash.
I also thought I would try out a different surface, and use up the foil already used on the pelmet vilene (waste foil)
Above: waste foil in copper and silver, black Lutradur, bondaweb.
The foiled piece above has been turned over and zapped with a heat gun from the back.,
below is a close up of the same piece.
The two pictures below show white Lutradur, bondaweb with silver waste foil, and Lumiere metallic olive green paint.
difficult to see the subtle colours on this one.
This next one is white Lutradur, bondaweb, gold waste foil and Moonshadow Mist Treasure Island Aqua, this didn't look so exciting when it dried so I have zapped it with some darker colours, but as its still wet.I will show you tomorrow
Below fusible vilene, turquoise foil, metallic copper Luna Lights, this doesn't show the lovely sheen on the copper paint.
This fusible pelmet vilene was covered in silver and turquoise foil and cold water dyes in chocolate, rust and gold were painted on. This wasn't as nice once it dried, it may get another coat of something?
This next one is fusible pelmet vilene, gold foil and Adirondack Colourwash Spray in Eggplant
This is delicious so far, what will it dry like?
Below is a piece of white plastic that the Lumiere was drying on, it looked too nice to discard, so I ironed the plastic to fusible vilene.
The next one was the white plastic fused to the vilene turned over and painted with silk paint
And that's the lot for today.