Monday, August 30, 2010

More from the same series

Forth in Series
As with the first three prints that I posted yesterday
I just continued each successive print from the previous print's ghost, adding new elements as I went along.


Mick said...

...and the beat goes on! This series is getting very interesting, Tonya.

AK said...

Very interesting work.

Jan Locander said...

I am happy to see you getting productive again. I love the second one!

Maggie Ruley said...

I am really enjoying this series.

Tonya Vollertsen said...

Mick, thanks!

Thank you, AK!

Jan, me too! I can't even tell you! LOL!

Maggie, glad you like it! Thanks!

Rosalie Wrona said...

Tonya I really like what you are doing with these camel prints. I enjoyed looking at your stamps - are they easy to make ie. what is the material that you carve them from.

SKIZO said...

Thank you for sharing
This fabulous work with us
Good creations

Anonymous said...

Hi Tonya, It will be interesting to see where you go with the stamps/monotype camels. The little textures and patterns you add to the ethereal, ghost images. FUN!

layers said...

now that I know where you are the camels make sense now- and monoprint is a wonderful process.

artebaiao said...

Bonito trabalho!

artbyakiko said...

What an interesting work! I love the design and colors. It's great for fabric!

Tonya Vollertsen said...

Hi Rosalie, the stamp material is Easy Cut, it's like eraser material except it comes in bigger blocks. It can be found at Michaels or Hobby Lobby. it is easy and fun to carve.

Thanks Skizo for your kind comment.

Peggy, always a pleasure to have you stop by. I have actually made some greeting cards for my personal use with the camel stamp as well. It is amazing how far you can go with a single repeatable image.

Thank you for stopping by Donna, Yes, the camels capture you when you come here. You look for art images and camels are very alluring in their strangeness and cuteness factor.

Artebaiao, Thank you!

Akiko, thanks for stopping by! Always a pleasure to have you. Thanks for the great idea. Fabric would work well with this design, I agree.

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Anonymous said...

I really like this series with all of the camels. Love your use of stamps, not something that every artist can manipulate. I really enjoyed going through all of your work. art

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