Wednesday, July 26, 2017

A Study in Perspective - Again

Please join me on my new blog - paperglitterglue.com where this project is included with more already added. Thank you. I hope to see you there.

Here are a few photos from my project "A Study in Perspective - Again". This project is one of my very favorite non-house related posts. I wasn't sure when I made it if it was going to work, but it did! Anyway, the entire outline of the project is now located on my new blog at this location. Please do visit me at paperglitterglue.com. I am always working hard on making new things that you will enjoy. Thank you. Lucy



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12 comments:

  1. Wow, stunning! What a great idea to layer like this.

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  2. Lucy this is wonderful. The colour gradient is so clever and I just love how you get a feeling of going down very shallow steps to the dark and beyond. X

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  3. This really turned out fantastic! That perspective is so wonderful and I think one of my favorite parts is how you accomplished it without having to use dimensional tape between the layers, that simply these layers alone worked so well! The color graduation looks great with those oxides too!

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  4. Ooh, I think maybe I like this one even better! The colours on the buildings are right up my street, and I love the elegant shaping of the taller rectangular frames.
    Alison x

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  5. Wow, wonderful depth with a unique design. So clever! Thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge.

    Cathie ♥

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  6. Very impressive! Love the perspective

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  7. Great project Lucy. So clever and so effective!

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  8. Lucy - this is beautiful! And so masterfully done. I love how you used color to increase the feeling of depth and perspective. Love the layering. This is an amazing piece.

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  9. This is amazing, I love how you've layered the houses xx

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  10. Wow! This is very impressive and you've nailed the perspective. Creating a sense of space and depth is an advanced concept that few
    papercrafters pursue but I'm not surprised that you've tried it given your love for the three-dimensional houses. Nicely done!

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