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December 27, 2009

Three more paint blobs


My beaderly take on "burnt sienna".  There's a pendant, couched with beads, bugle rows in two finishes, imitation coral/reindeer antlers give it height, as well a lots of other small and larger beads.








Liberal interpretation of "cadmium orange'.  Lots of different finishes playing off each other freeform jumble of beads overtop the paler peach button (front and center) helps integrate it into the whole.  Several larger beads, bugle rows, fringes, stacked single stitch, etc. enliven the "blob".




And  "cad red".  Again, following the theme of multi layers, multi finishes to give it interest.  This one has sequins in various sizes in areas, beads, large and small, fringes, stacked stitches, and bugle paths with smaller bugles this time.








And then here are other views of the blobs.






15:39 Posted in Beading | Permalink | Comments (1) | Tags: palette, beading, embellishing


These are really interesting, love the different textures, matte and shiny. It was a brilliant idea and I can't wait to see the piece finished.

Posted by: Wendy | December 29, 2009

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