I drew my mermaid with a black pen and once dry used Prima watercolours to paint her. I cut her out and stuck her into place. The treasure chest is a Slide Mailer from Paper Artsy which I had aged with crackle Paint from DecoArt. Inside is a cargo of pearls and diamonds.
Under the Sea21:21
Hi everyone, and welcome! Thanks for visiting today, as I have a mixed media piece to share with you, which I'm entering into DecoArt's challenge Under The Sea. I imagined looking out of a porthole to see some sunken treasure and a mermaid, so that's what I set out to create, and this is the result.
I stuck the circle which was from Dusty Attic (it was the negative space from a circle of barbed wire), to the board. I had Andy Skinnered the circle and some of the other elements previous and they were perfectly dry. I love this technique of creating rust, it is my favourite I think! I stuck down the other elements, (fishing net and plants from Dusty Attic).
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