Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Examples using the Sharpie Polished Stone Technique

Game Tile Art

The great thing about using Sharpie Polished Stone technique is that it can be done on most non-porous and some semi-porous surfaces. Depending on the material you can either apply the Sharpie pen ink directly to the surface and then apply the alcohol or you can first scribble the Sharpie ink onto an old CD no longer in uses then spray the CD or  felt pad with alcohol, swirl it in the Sharpie ink you scribbled down and transfer the color to your work surface.  For game tiles I apply the ink straight to the tile but for items like clayboard or glossy cardstock I transfer the color using the CD method.

Here are some of the items I've had fun creating 
using the  Sharpie Polished Stone Technique:

Game Tile Art ATC Lady
Both the ATC and Rummikub Game Tile have the polished stone background, created with sharpie pens. Rubber stamp is by Cat's Life Press Rubber Stamps. This stamp is intended to be used on the back of an ATC (Artist Trading Card) but I thought it was lovely enough to be the main attraction.


Rainbow Kitty Domino Pendant
Rubber Stamp Image is by PSX
Only half of the stamp image was used on the domino


Bewitching Beauties
3 ATC's with Domino Art
The Polished Stone backgound was done on each domino the ATC backgrounds were created using Versamark ink and Perfect Pearls mica powders. Rubber Stamp images are by:
ATC 1 - Fairy (Ducks in a Row)  Map Background (Hero Arts)
ATC 2 - Mystic (Third Coast Rubber)  Arch Background (Inkadinkado)
ATC 3 - Beauty (Stamp Oasis)  Collage Background (Inkadinkado)


Architectural Choker
Rubber Stamp image by 100 Proof Press
Contest Winner


Visions
9 Panel ATC Collage
All Stamps are by 100 Proof Press
Contest Winner

Background was done on glossy cardstock. Sharpie Pen Polished Stone Technique was used via the CD ink transfer method.  Where you scribble your Sharpie colors onto an old unused CD then use alcohol and felt dauber tool to transfer the ink onto the glossy cardstock that has also been spritzed with 91% rubbing alcohol.  Then I used a combination of Sharpie pens and regular markers to highlight some of the stamped images.


Changeable Corset Keychain Art
Rubber Stamp Images are by Lost Coast Designs
Sharpie Polished Stone Background was done on Laminate tile samples 
from the home improvement store.



Luggage Tag Art
All Stamps are by Blockheads Rubber Stamps

Sharpie Pen Polished Stone Technique was used via the CD ink transfer method.  Where you scribble your Sharpie colors onto an old unused CD then use alcohol and felt dauber tool to transfer the ink onto the glossy cardstock that has also been spritzed with 91% rubbing alcohol.


Grins and Giggles
Evelyn (EKDuncan)

2 comments:

  1. I love your Visions, 9 ATC panel.

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  2. Thanks Paula, it was a lot of fun to create.

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