Hello! It’s JaMajka here – Marta Turska – Grochocka.
I would like to show you an amazing technique of Supershine!
It’s super easy and gives great results on paper, canvas, flowers, & anything you want!
First of all, I prepared some materials needed: paper, guipure, stencils,
balloon print, printed paper, washi tape, cotton tape, gesso and Lindy’s
Stamp Gang mists:
I added some layers on paper and some texture with a stencil and gesso.I added layers of color here and there. I added some color with a brush-it gives a strong accent of color in some important places. Oh, and some white stenciled pattern again with a layer of gesso!NOW: the most important thing.
I took Glory
of the Seas Gold Starburst
Please, do not shake it – it’s really, really important!
Pigment is on the bottom of the bottle and should stay there.
Now we take a brush.
Carefully we a pigment on the brush (step 1) and we take the brush out – up and pressing the pigment to the bottle from the inside (step 2)- just to sweep it from the bottom using the bottle’s walls.
It should look like that; a small amount of water and a bit of pure pigment on the brush.
Now we can add Supershine on places we want!
That’s the effect of using Supershine technique. The pigment is strong and it really shines, more than mist itself applied on the paper.
That’s how my art journal page look like:
You can see that I applied pigment on the chipboard and around the balloon print.
It makes my artwork bright and rich, full of shine and accents of color.
Thanks for stopping by 🙂
I hope you will use this technique to make your artworks really special
JaMajka – Marta Turska –
Lindy’s Stamp Gang colors used:
Glory of the Seas Gold, Rudolph’s Nose Red, Marigold Yellow Orange and the September Color Challenge set.
8 thoughts on “Amazing SUPERSHINE technique!”
Fabulous Marta! I love this!
Could you please list the Lindy colors used?
Beautiful and thanks for the tip.
Very interesing, thank you 🙂
Beautiful. I’m new to this world…what did you use with the zigzag pattern?
Very interesting way to take pigments from sprays !
This would be my most favourite journal of yours ! Stunning colours and I like your step by step instructions. Thank you so much for sharing !