miércoles, 24 de octubre de 2018

2 этап СП Magic School - "Fairy of the Amazon"

Hello crafty friends !!

Estos últimos días he estado sin muchas ganas, ni inspiraciòn para tomar las pinturas ni pinceles, así que ando un poco atrasada para entregar mis trabajos en el proyecto conjunto Magic School 3 voy a tratar de terminar todos mis tareas lo más pronto posible, los temas y videos de Yulia Tirskaya son muy interesantes ademàs  las diseñadoras invitadas  te cargan de mucha  creatividad <3 

Todo comenzó cuando conversaba con mi amiga Olga Zakharova ella me pregunto si aquí en Perù había historias de hadas (pensando en nuestro proyecto para esta etapa del concurso)  ,me quede pensando porque sinceramente nunca había escuchado alguna historia ,no sabía que hada escoger para mi pagina estaba sin ideas, hasta que  se me ocurrió hacer una pagina inspirada en el Hada del Amazonas, porque si en algún lugar de mi país podrían vivir seria ahi . 

Recently I've been without much urge or inspiration to use my brushes and paints. So for that reason I´ve been a little behind when it came to finishing my work for the Magic School 3 project. I'm going to try to finish my tasks as soon as possible. The topics and videos of Yulia Tirskaya are very interesting and also the designer guests inspire you a lot.

Everything started when I was talking with my friend Olga Zakharova and she asked me if here in Peru there were stories of fairies (she was thinking about our project for this stage of the project). I thought about it for a while because I had never really heard of any stories about fairies before. I 
didn´t know which fairy to choose from for my art page. I was without ideas until it occurred to me that I could do a layout about an Amazon fairy because if there was any place that a fairy could live in it would be there.

Stage 2 of the joint venture "Magic School"-3

Comencé con un fondo oscuro y luego jugué con algunos acrílicos inspirandome en la colección Paint chips from 7 dost studios hubiera sido genial tener la colección 12 x 12 para mi base pero bueno aveces uno tiene q trabajar con lo que tiene y no con lo que quiere 
...y este fue mi resultado 

I started with a dark background and afterwards I played with some acrylics being inspired by a collection of paint chips from 7 dot studios. It would have been great to have a collection of 12 x 12 for my base but anyway sometimes you have to work with what you have and not with what you want to have... and here was my result

A partir de este fondo comencé mi pagina 

from this background I started my art page

More than Words

My LEISURE time is limited like for many of us mothers and wives. My free time is in the morning when there's nobody in the house and that's when I can take advantage of my time to create something. I feel relaxed when making backgrounds only with paint. It relaxes me a lot and I don't know why I don't do it more often. for the creative challenge I added some white and gold SPLATTERS  around my  page.

I took the floral theme of the moodboard and the pic of dark night 

Thanks so much for ur visit

15 comentarios:

  1. This is amazing Naura! I loved your background before you statred layering over it too! So glad you could join us at More Than Words this month :)

  2. I have no words to say how much it is perfect! The idea with the picture is incredibly cool! I love every little detail of your LO!

  3. wow wow Absolutly stunning! Thank you for playing with us at MTW challenge!

  4. OMG !!.... I love love love your colorfully background before you started with the layering.. such a color exploding !! Absolutely amazing !! You created such a beautiful layout !! Thank you so much for joining us at MTW !! xoxo Heike

  5. Very impressive work, as always! Thank you for playing along with us at More Than Words!

  6. Amazing project darling!! Thanks for playing with us at Mixed Media Place challenge

  7. Absolutely gorgeous layout, Noura!! Love it! Thank you for joining us at Mixed Media Place and More Than Words challenges.

  8. My dear, this is an incredible job! Just gorgeous! Thank you for creating with the MMP blog.