Welcome to
Monica Johansson and NatureFootstep.com
I am interested in nature photography and photo art and travels
as much as I can to find new areas to document.
I have many blogs and below you find links to them.

Photo and PhotoArt blogs
NatureFootstep Photography and PhotoArt
Image files:  File 1,    File 2,   File 3,    File 4,   File 5

Bildverkstan - Image workshop
Image files:   Bildverkstan/Image workshop       Creative playroom ART

NatureFootstep World   Image file:  NF World

Birds blogs
NF European birds    Image files:  File 1,  File 2,  File 3
Birds around the world, Honolulu, Norway, Iceland, Japan    Image files: Around the world,   part of Japan birds
Birds in Costa Rica  Image files: Costa Rica
Birds in Morocco  Image files: Morocco
Birds in Queensland, Australia  Image files: File 1    File 2 

Monday, November 18, 2019

AEDM18 On stage

 Click image to enlarge!
On stage
© NF PhotoArt 191118

 Cutout ballet dancer
I copied a dancer from Pinterst. I had it for a couple of days until I realized I probably have a scalpel somewhere. When I worked as a truck designer I used some tools I still have. They were not needed when designing was digitized.  Now I found the scalpel and the writing template.

The scalpel made me able to cut out the white dancer from the white paper. So the image shows the cutout dancer as white and the "cutout form" as the black paper. Then it took me two days fo figure out what to do with them. Teh finished one is the first "On stage", CARBon paper, foam brush and tempera white color. Stencil used for the horns and lettering template.

So, now I can create my own stencils 😊

© NF PhotoArt 191118


Linking up with the following memes. My thanks to the hosts:

Meet me on Instagram:

See the sidebar for the last updates in my blogs.
Labels: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,  ,


  1. That is a cool adjustment to the black and white page. You have a fascinating art style and I enjoyed seeing your pieces every day this month. Hugs-Erika

  2. a wonderful, great page!!! It is enchanted..
    greetings Elke

  3. Wow, you know how to cut using a scalpel. You did an excellent job and you also did a great job with the finished project, too. This is amazing.

  4. Gosh, you're good with the scalpel...I just can't use them and so envy people who are able to. I've tried it so many times and can't even manage with a ruler! Great idea to use the image AND the negative. They work really well together.
    Cath x

    1. you have to hold it with your fingers on the blade. Not the shaft. :)


Welcome to NatureFootstep Homepage / Monica Johansson