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Friday, January 18, 2019

Kind of messy balloonart

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An LP as a test object for "balloon" art. Using a balloon to create the flower like patterns.

Patterns of color used for the next balloon attempt, canvas Ø31 cm 

Balloon flower patterns on white canvas  Ø31 cm 

© NF Photo 190117

This was fun to work with. And it did not take that much color as a pour does. Also gives you more control of patterns. The balloon press the color out in a circual pattern. I added a few more drops of colors during the dripping balloon process.

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  1. Gorgeous, beautiful art.
    Happy PPF xx

  2. I don't think it's messy. I love it.

  3. I love this! Did you just roll the balloon in the paint? I think they are beautiful!

    1. no, I just put it down and lifted to create the flower effect. But you can roll or drag the balloon. The harder you press the larger the pattern become.

  4. Gorgeous and vibrant! What a cool technique!

  5. This is such a brilliant idea Monica. The curvature of the balloon and how you've used it to your colourful advantage. I love your work! Happy PPF :D) xx

  6. it's so cool... I like the picture of your palette too!

  7. I love this! What beautiful flowers this makes.

  8. I love the differences of it. . .great ART. Blessings, Janet


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