Thursday, January 10, 2013

Jessica Sporn's 6 Point Starry Night Stencil Blog Hop

“I had a naked incubus in my bedroom. With a frying pan of half cooked bacon and a hard on. And a unicorn bite on his ass."
Allison Pang in A Brush of Darkness

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Stencil Girl released a line of stencils designed by Jessica Sporn. Continuing once or twice a month through June 2013, Jessica asked me and a bunch of other artists to take her stencils on a "test drive."

We'll show you how we used her stencils, and you're invited to play along too. Look for my posts on 27th February, 14th March, 2nd April and 20th June 2013 as well. Visit Jessica's blog for all the details and to grab a button for your blog.

Go hop by the other artists' blogs who are test driving this stencil today and check out what they're doing with it. :)

Linking to Show me what you Got Art Linkup and Paint Party Friday.


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35 comments:

  1. You are ALWAYS pushing the envelope Natasha May! I love it. The piece at the top is incredible! xoDonna

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  2. I absolutely LOVE her. She is stunning.

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  3. I love how your colors with the stencil going over her creates such a great visual tension- then I read your quote and just laughed - this is pure fun!

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  4. Oh my goodness - I am in awe of what you have created. And that quote -- oh my! Just beautiful Natasha -- thank you!!

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  5. Your pages are beautiful Natasha... love the stencils... stunning face...

    Jenny ♥

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  6. Beautiful! I love the stencil images playing across the face and background - it creates a mysterious atmosphere.
    ~ Maggie

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  7. Great journal pages, especially the top one - what a face!
    Snorted at the quote & had to go look up the book on Goodreads immediately of course :-)

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  8. Wonderful work as always Natasha, your faces are spectacular. xox

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  9. Oh, Natasha.. that face...that page. So beautiful. Great driving with you.

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  10. What a beautiful colours. Your pages are so splendid...

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  11. Interesting use of the stencils she reminds me of a circus clown fun thanks for sharing with SMWYG!

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  12. so interesting what you do with this wonderful stencils...your girl is amazing!

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  13. Love this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  14. wow, it's just gorgeous!!!

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  15. Fabulous! Such a creative way to use the stencil.

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  16. I love her my friend, and I love the girl in the purple sky o)

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  17. Loving your beautiful creations and fab use of the stencil, Annette x

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  18. Beautiful works...HPPF Natasha:)

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  19. This is so cool...love your work with the stencils! Happy PPF!

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  20. Love your stencil work over the face, very cool. Also really like the girl in the purple sky. Happy PPF!

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  21. Interesting the way you work so diverse. Saludos

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  22. Love your integration of stencils into your work Natasha! Wonderful layers and textures!

    ♥♥♥
    Happy PPF!!
    Mary
    Mixed-Media Map Art

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  23. II love how you are using the stencils.

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  24. I have to say that quote is quite fitting for your stencil page. I too had to go check out goodreads!!

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  25. Always something deliciously unique!! Good job,,,she's awesome!

    Hugs Giggles

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  26. beautiful! They look so different from the portrait to the page in purple!

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  27. Love the portrait and the journal pages are awesome too ♥ I need to use stencils more often.

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  28. These are so full of cheer and happiness...oh I love them so much !!

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  29. Really spicy artwork in design color and text!

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  30. Love how you used the stencils - such different compositions and both so wonderful

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  31. All your girls are so cool Natasha but I just adore this one!!

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  32. Wow. Have discovered your blog via the Artful Readers Club, and I love what I see so far ... adding you to my blog reader pronto!

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  33. Oh I adore her hair!! Love the stencil. Great job.

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