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Jul 27, 2013

Working on the ground.;) Przy-ziemne prace.;)


This is one of the so called miniatures I brought from Wrocław two years ago. I aged it and broke it a bit too. You can see a piece of newspaper I got it from Jennifer  torn apart and aged - sorry for it Jennifer! ;)


The jar was a gift from Kathy.  Again I aged it a bit and tried to spill the rest of liquid - or whatever it was ;) - around using Still Water. But as always when I use it I failed, lol, and finally used a glue I usually glue fabrics with.


My first attempt of making tin as Sans! is doing it.;) Not too bad as for the first time, I think.;)



This is the third attempt as the second went completely flat when I tried to crumple it.;)


The ground so far. Leaves - a gift from Ira.


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Doniczka przywieziona z Wrocławia jakieś 2 lata temu. Postarzona i "utłuczona" przeze mnie. ;) Kawałek gazety - prezent od Jennifer (sorki Jennifer! ;)) - oddarta (od reszty) i postarzona przeze mnie.

Słoik - prezent od Kathy - postarzony, chciałam też uzyskać efekt wylania się czegoś ze środka przy pomocy Still Water, ale jak zwykle mi nie wyszło tak jak chciałam, więc użyłam kleju do tkanin.;)

Pierwsza puszka robiona metodą Sans!. Całkiem nieźle wyszła jak na pierwszy raz.;)

Puszka nr 3. Puszka nr 2 całkowicie się spłaszczyła przy zgniataniu... ;)

Cała "podłoga" na chwilę obecną. Liście - prezent od Iry.

13 comments:

BiWuBär said...

Wow, you took my breath away! This is so stunning and so extremely well done. And I really love your first and especially the third attempt - and your spilled glue water and... let's just say I love everything! ;O)

Hugs
Birgit

Gosia Suchodolska said...

Ależ to jest tajemniczy projekt. Detale bardzo interesujące.

Eliana said...

The scene is getting amazing, Ewa!
You are using well their purchases, gifts and teachings from other bloggers. Congratulations for this work.

Indy_Poppy said...

I love the way you are aging your items. Nice.

hermenegilda said...

cudowne, a z czego zrobiona jest trawa? pozdrawiam ania

Drora's minimundo said...

Great aging work. I'd love to see every step of your work on this project. Most intriguing.
Hugs, Drora

Fabiola said...

Original scene. I like your aging work.
Greetings, Faby

Plushpussycat said...

Beautiful work, Ewa! I LOVE what you did to the newspaper. In fact, it all looks great. xo Jennifer

Sans! said...

Wow indeed!!!! I know I won't be disappointed Ewalina! Amazing , amazing! It may look like a simple scene but I think it is poignant too. Thank you for making the reference to me but I think you have made those wonderful rusty tin cans very much your own, dear Ewalina.

About still water, are you using Woodlands Scenic Realistic Water? I have learnt that it totally sips through porous surface. You must seal the area 1st. I too haven't been really successful with that darn thing.

aszeko said...

Patrzę sobie tak na Twoje prace i myślę, że jakiekolwiek miejsce sobie wymarzysz, możesz sobie stworzyć jego miniaturkę :). Mnie to się kojarzy z czytaniem książek, każda praca to taki mały świat, do którego można wracać.

Ilona said...

Wow Ewa, this is gorgeous work, it is a beautiful scene so far! It is like always a lot of practising and inventing things, but I think it is the most fun of making miniatures like your gorgeous work!
Hugs, Ilona

Daydreamer said...

And Who is spilling this "water"??? That is what I want to know!!! Ewa, you are making AMAZING things!!! I can't wait to see more! :)

Pippibär said...

Wow! Great work! It looks absolutly realistic! I´m looking forward to see more
Hugs
Melli