Well, I just spent the weekend in Chicago with a bunch of talented people and Kevin Nakagawa from Stampscapes. Here is one of the scenes I worked on while there. It was inspired by a layout from Pam Klein. I don't usually add the white dots that Kevin uses so well and now looking at this, I can see why. I tend to make them too uniform, rather than free flowing and sporadic. I did quite a bit of airbrushing in the scene after I got home. Looking at everyone elses bright colors made my art look kind of washed out. So I intensified all the colors.
To the right is a Stampbord that I did. You stamp the image, then using special tools, you gouge the ink surface back off leaving the white lines. Ken Pesho was with our group and he is the master of Stampbord as well as scenic stamping. He has a wonderful DVD for sale that takes you step by step through a Stampscapes scene. I highly recommend it to any level of scenic stamper.
I have more scenes to post over the next couple of days. Happy stamping.