Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Digit-al Dozen Eye Of The Tiger

I have been thinking about doing this one for a while but I wasn't sure how to get the right depth in the image. When I thought about summer, one of the things that came to mind was heat and rain (since that is all we have had here in NY).  The rain forest was a logical progression.  I ended up getting the effect by stamping over black with a darker green underneath and a lighter green on top.  The tiger coming through the trees just gave it some interest.


19 comments:

  1. I love the double stamping here! The tiger looks awesome too.

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  2. Oooh! Beautiful! The double stamping is gorgeous!

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  3. Lots of depth with the double stamping...it's stunning!

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  4. oh my, these are FANTASTIC!!! what polishes did you use for stamping? they are so vibrant!

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    1. I used Konad stamping polish in green for first layer and Barry M Gelly Key Lime for the bamboo. Those Barry M's are great stamping polishes. And.....gorgeous on their own with no top coat. Thank you!

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  5. There is so much depth in this design! Amazing!

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  6. Very cool. You definitely succeeded in getting some depth with your layered stamping!

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  7. This is stunning! Those polishes are so vibrant even with the double stamping - gorgeous!

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  8. This is one amazing work of art!

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  9. Ahhh! He's SO cute!! I love this idea!

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  10. this is grrrrrrrrreat! haha I couldn't resist--I love this darker stamping when summer is so often bright colors, this is beautiful

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  11. Wow these are great! I love bamboo and that tiger is awesome!

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  12. Holy crap this is so great!! I love the layered depth - what a brilliant execution of this concept :)

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  13. What plate did you use for the image under the bamboo?

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    1. Good question. I would guess its a BM but it looks like long thin blades of grass going in opposite directions like it's blowing in the wind.

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  14. Hello, I think your nails look just amazing and I look forward to read your next post :) Love your blog layout as well <3

    Xx Creativenails4fun

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