It’s experimentation time! For this month’s Colorful Gelli Print Party, I am playing with Liquitex Paint Markers on the Gelli Plate. The paint pens are water based acrylic paint (at least I think they are) so I wondered if they would work for Gelli printing. And they did!
They ended up creating a wood cut feeling, but in lots of colors.
This was a completely different feeling for me than using paint on the Gelli Plate. There is so much more precision that can be easily obtained by using a marker instead of a paint brush…at least the way I use a paint brush!
See what others are making with the Gelli Plate. Take a look in the Google+ community, A Colorful Playground. And while you’re there – share what you’ve been making! New to Google+? No problem! We’re all learning that together.
Maria McGuire is a doodler. She can make magic with a pen and she loves to create stencils that have spaces made for doodling. I am not a doodler by nature but I have found doodling to be a bit infectious, in a good way!
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