Time to catch up with ICAD. This first card is just a strip of scrapbook paper. The design was black and white; I added color with markers.
This one came about because I had cut out the veggie pictures for another project a couple weeks earlier but changed my mind and didn't use them. So I put them to use here. Coincidentally, the prompt for this day was "carrot and lemon."
There's no rhyme or reason to this one; I just wanted to use the scrapbook paper of the houses (on the left). I added some ephemera and drew in some more trees and houses.
The tree image below is a tape transfer of a magazine picture. That gives it the transparent effect. The background is watercolors.
I've had these mushroom images in my stash for years-- I wanted to finally put them to use!
This one qualifies for the "less is more" school of thought or maybe "stop now before you goof it up." I had intended to draw an entire lake scene, but after I did the weedy grasses in front, I decided to quit while I was ahead. The background is watercolors.
Thanks for looking!