My contribution is to show how to make skin structure to chipboard - I'm going to do it on a dinosaur chipboard.
|Start with covering your chipboard with gesso or other paint. |
This will prevent your chipboard from sucking ink/paint and
will give crisper colors
|Paint or ink your chipboard in desired colors. I have used both |
acrylic paint and ink (Ranger Distressing ink)
|When paint/ink is dry, cover areas you want a skin structure |
on with crackle paint i(t's easier to see the crackles at this photo
angel, even if it means colors are not)
Memory Maze Product used
Other products: Patterned papers: Kaiser Kraft (Background), Studio Calico. Rubons: Basic Grey.
Alphas: Crate Paper (Scrabble), Basic Grey. Washi: Unknown