Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Bear, Bears, Bears

Here is a scene I made for my swap partner on the Yahoo Sutter group. It is a huge scene, 8.5 x 11 inches. I stamped on Cryogen white paper with Memento Tuxedo black ink and colored it with my Copic markers.

The branches and the birds are from Stampscapes, everything else is from Sutter Stamps. For those of you not familiar with scenic stamping, I blended about 18 stamps together to make this scene. I began with the big bear in the foreground, masked him off, then added the large central bear fishing scene. The rest was just find a stamp that fit and plug it in. I rarely plan my scenes, just start with a main stamp and build around it. I was very pleased with the end result.


Teresa said...

You should be very pleased with the result. I am so glad that I found your site and have it in my reading list, you are a real eye opener to me. You must have great vision to come up with such ideas, I love morphing things (things that are for one purpose and used for another), and you certainly know how to get the best out of your stamps.


Anonymous said...

Sandy, this is great. I know how many stamps you must have had to use and the way you put them together. Spectacular! You are the best.
Edna B.

Bonnie Brown said...

All you need is a frame for it. Very beautiful! Amazing how you just go along and produce such a beauty!