페이지 정보작성자 PapertreyInk 작성일14-08-23 00:00 조회24회 댓글0건
This is one of two Papertrey Ink's Stamp-a-faire 2014 1960's era video tutorials.
n a lot of the print work of the 1960's, funky, organic shapes got repeated in lines and columns. Often, these shapes overlapped. At the junctures of two individual shapes, a third color (and as a result, a new shape) was revealed. And so, something that was so simple initially (a single shape) gets infinitely more complex with a shift of perspective.
Papertrey Ink's Perfect Match System of color has various hues of the same color. We often refer to it as an "ombre" look. By using the negative shapes created by cutting the dies included in the 1960's kit as stencils and the large crosshatch stamp, you can expand the existing color palette and creative new shapes within the old ones. The results add up to a very 1960's look.
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