Saturday, November 1, 2008

Derwent Inktense Pencils on wood


I want to thank Suze of http://pinkcrayonstudio.blogspot.com/
for suggesting trying Inktense pencils on WOOD !

Had some Halloween fun tonight .
I took a piece of plywood and drew ladies .

I cut them out with my saw.
Well.... the pear lady .... not sure yet what I'm doing with her .

click picture to enlarge !

Hope you had Halloween fun too !

8 comments:

mpwynters said...

These are amazing! Congrats on the small works blog ... I left a message.

Theresa said...

This are SOOOOOOO COOOOL!!!! You need to put these in your Etsy shop!!! How about tuxedo kitties done in this fashion????

Hugs,

Theresa

Theresa said...

Okay so my brain got confused... I meant to say "These are SOOOO COOOL!!! :)

Sandy Mastroni said...

thank you ...
thanks Maria for leaving a message on Greenwich Blog
I wonder if he will post them .
and thanks Theresa
I never check my spelling either
I knew what you meant to write !
ha ha
tinks
I mean Thanks !

suze said...

Sandy, have you tried the outliner pencil? It leaves a pencil mark but does not wash away. These are so much fun to use. When is Derwent going to give us a deal for promoting them? I think we should get every color and we can review them. Wouldn't that be a hoot?!

Melissa and Emmitt said...

hi sandy!
oh how wonderful!
i am always so amazed at your saw work!
you make it look so easy!
xo
melissa

NanaBeast said...

I want a skirt just like THE PEAR LADY has! That would make the most beautiful print for fabric.

I have a confession to make: I am jealous of your skill with the saw. What kind of wood did you use for these DASHING ladies, AND what kind of saw do you use?

Can we see your saw set-up? I have now idea how you would do what you do???

Cathy said...

Wow and double wow on getting on the front of that blog. Amazing but well deserved.

I am loving all your artworks this week but especially the Miami lady because of the lovely vivid colours and your ladies cut out of wood. You are so talented Sandy. I am amazed at the results you are geting from the new pencils too. Very interesting that you can use them on such different surfaces with great results.