Colour Charge

HELLO BEAUTIES! OUR SISTER EVELYN HAS THESE TWO GREAT WORKARTS FOR OUR BLISS. HAPPY WEDNESDAY!

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Welcome to week 4 of a collage project I’m doing with my sister Carolyn, following the prompts from Randel Plowmans book The Collage Workbook. This weeks prompt is colour charge – add colour to a collage that’s primarily black and white. Here’s what I did:

Vintage Orange - NB Vintage Orange

This is a vintage black and white collage coloured with a fairly bright orange. I’ve used orange printed material and orange oil pastel. This collage measures approx. 6″ x 6″.

A Touch Of Rus - NB A Touch Of Rust

For this collage I printed out some of my own black and white photographs and cut them up for the collage base. Then I added rusty colours in the form of watercolour paint, rusty paper scraps and some fabric – both from my erosion bundle material. This collage measures 8″ x 8″.

Next weeks collages are going to be colourful….

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  1. Thank you for reblogging my post…. !

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  2. thiskatsays


    https://polldaddy.com/js/rating/rating.js
    https://polldaddy.com/js/rating/rating.jsNice color choice! I always think that exploration always helps with composition. I remember doing something similiar in my typography class years ago before we were able to use actual letters. It’s a great exercise for practice with hierarchy. Thanks for the idea!

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  3. mmerce60

    These types of combinations, I love them! Congratulations

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  4. Evelyn is a master at collage. She deserves a shout out!

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