Thursday, 16 November 2017

Let's get sketchy.


I've chosen corrugated cardboard for this photo of Montezuma's castle in Arizona.
It was built by native Americans around 1100 A.D.
I loved the layering in the rocks there and the stripes on both papers reflect that.

It is for the first November sketch at Let's get sketchy.
Despite having used all the papers in my Counterfeit kit, I'm still working through the embellishments. On this I used another cork strip, plus the frame stickers behind the photo and the alphas.

11 comments:

Michelle VO said...

How lovely, great page! Thanks for joining us at Lets Get Sketchy :)

Michelle Kim said...

Great take on the sketch, thanks for playing along with LGS

Rosie said...

Very cool how your paper mimics the rock layers in the photo :)

Marci Bensing said...

Very nicely doe--loving just the perfect touch of the spritzing! Thanks for joining us at LGS!

Ginny Hickmott said...

A fabulous take on the sketch! Thanks for joining us at LGS!

Susan said...

Down to just the embellishments already? Well done!

Brenda Caldow said...

Love your take on the sketch. Thanks for joining in with us this month at Let's Get Sketchy.

Brenshevia Baker said...

Beautiful take on the sketch, thanks so much for joining us at LGS!

Sayaka Aihara(sariko*) said...

Great photo! Great take on the sketch! Thank you for joining us at LGS!

Dotstolines said...

Great take on the sketch! Thanks for playing with us at LGS!

Susanne said...

This is why you need a bigger kit! Love the texture on this layout.