For my 3DJean Design Team post this week I've been experimenting with a new set of background stamps from Infocrea [Jean always likes to source brands you don't often find elsewhere].
When I saw the circuit-board design I immediately knew what I wanted to try with it ... an anniversary card inspired by the movie Tron to give to my favourite sci-fi fan.
[If you are my favourite sci-fi fan then STOP LOOKING NOW ... you're not meant to see this just yet!]
[And ... to clarify: my favourite sci-fi fan lives with me ... sorry if you thought it was you. But hey, I like you too. I just don't think we've got an anniversary coming up just yet ... have we?].
Anyway ... back to the Tron card:
I dug out some heat-embossing powders I haven't used for a long while and used them alongside a brand new [soon to be released] X-Cut 'Hexagon' nesting die:
Tando Creative 'Distorted Harlequin' mask using a white chalk ink:
... but I think ... by invoking the almighty neon-glory of 80s sci-fi ... I might just get away with it!
You could take inspiration from Tron too ...
- you could you adapt this idea you the sci-fi fan in your life;
- you could use the stamps as a background in your art journals;
- you could challenge yourself to sneak in some luminous pink into a 'masculine' project!
- or else ... just get yourself trapped in cyberspace ... wait ...
... how long have you been online today ... maybe you're already there ... ?
** For further details on the products used on the card see my original post on the 3DJean DT blog.