Turtle Gelli

Art, blog hop, gelliplate, Mono printing, nature, nature, Printing, Stencils, Textures, watercolour

This was a little experiment which seems to have worked out well and it’s another print inspired by the aquarium we visited over the weekend.

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Hope you’re all looking forward to Friday when I showcase my free giveaway on this blog as part of the October Gelli Blog Hop 🙂

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11 thoughts on “Turtle Gelli

    1. Thank you very much – perhaps you would like to enter my free giveaway to win one? Just enter a comment below Friday’s blog entry of the lion before next Friday 24th October 🙂

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  1. Hi, just wanted to say how much I love your turtle and lion. Wonderful works. I never use browns but these sure are beautiful! I must try more browns in my work. Beautiful!

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    1. Browns are far from boring, especially when you look around at the crisp fallen leaves of autumn! You can get some lovely tones from different strengths of diluted coffee granules 🙂

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  2. Turtle. Totally the turtle, although my son votes for the lion. Both amazing works, and why I love using watercolor too. I have a question for you though. Do you seal the prints afterward, and if so using what media? Thanks.

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    1. Well thank you both Lauri and son :-). If your son would like to enter, he is more than welcome – just add a comment if he would like to be in with the chance to win :-). In answer to your question, no I don’t seal the prints other than protecting them once they’re done in a portfolio which has transparent pockets.

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