Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Cigar Box



Froggy Cigar Box



Cigar box- altered with Fantasy Film and acrylic paints.

11 comments:

Karen W said...

Wow, this is just amazing, I love it!!!

Yogi said...

Oh this is fabulous. I love the colors and I'm partial to frogs. BIG GRIN. Are you able to say what colors and acrylic products you used??? For the fantasy film, did you glue, iron on or is it attached to the acrylic products?? Any info much appreciated.

Ina Ftacek said...

This is gorgeous!!! I am sure your friend will think the worth was well worth the wait!!I loved it!!Hugs,Ina

trishbee said...

Oh DROOL! The colours and the textures are amazing! It looks as if the frog is on the edge of a pond! Brilliantly done.

Zeborah Loray said...

Hi Trish!

It looks even more like actual water in real life. It has a very wet look to it.

My friend collects frogs- so adding the frog prince to this piece was perfect. :)

Zeborah Loray said...

I used mostly Golden brand paints oversprayed with Radiant Rain color mists. I have been using a lot of the Stainless Steel and bronze colors. I know I added some interference colors also- not sure which ones. I used the heavy body acrylics so I can texturize it easily. the spray colors give a nice wash effect with more metallic highlights.

The Fantasy Film was adhered with Stewart Superior Glue Pad and ironed onto the box.

Mary Lynn said...

WOW! This is so beautiful! I have never used FF or wanted to, but after seeing This, I have changed my mind. This is so impressive, you do wonderful work.

BurningRubber said...

Ooooh, that is so pretty!!!

ANNETTE HUSBAND said...

Just devine Zeb
the colours and textures are amazing....of course LOL
hugs
Annette In Oz

to Autumn Light Designs said...

Yummy! Just want to reach out and touch the texture.

AGNIESZKA ELŻBIETA TRAWIŃSKA said...

Magnifique!!!

Salute, Lengow