This spread is my "inner goddess" expressing herself on the page. We were challenged to create texture with book pages in the background, but I wanted to use some of the new (to me) Tim Holtz tissue paper I bought recently (SUPER cute packaging, it comes in a roll just like aluminum foil! Here's the link where I bought it.) with a music sheet print.
After painting the background with blue and raw umber acrylic glaze and using a liberal amount of baby wipes to draw up the excess, I drew a large tree with the branches stretching across the page. I added in the moon using iridescent white paint, then re-drew the branches on top.
The page still needed "something" so I sketched a silhouette of a woman dancing, and just colored it in with black acrylic paint. I plan to add the caption "She dances in the moonlight" on the left side of the page to finish it off...maybe add in a little shading around the tree. What I'm learning is that these pages are not always finished when you think they are...at least not for me. It's very hard for me to just STOP with it, I want to keep going!
But time to move on to the next project...too many to count right now! Hope you're having a crafty week too.