... but it's not a bad thing. My blues are coming from bottles of paint and sheets of paper.
Look closely and you will see eyes looking back at you. The eyes are a stamp, which when pressed onto the paint on the gelli plate creates a squiggle effect giving the print a dimensional look to it.
One paint color, print pulled on white paper. I used a scalloped cookie cutter to create the design in the print.
Blue and black paint, white paper, foam stamp, shelf liner
Just a bunch of random pulls of leftover paints. The copper is a metallic paint that doesn't photograph as shiny as it is in person
Another cleanup job
Printed on black cardstock. First level of print was a pale green leaf stencil followed but the pale blue paint and a paper doily mask.
Printed on dark blue cardstock, white paint, used a comb and a glass to make the design. Love the dimension that was created.
The first pull was green on white paper with a design. Wasn't too happy with it so I inked up the plate with a mixed blue and white paint, followed up with red paint that was applied to the gelli plate but not brayered out.