Wednesday, 14 October 2015

WOYWW 332# What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday.

Welcome to all my new followers, hope you enjoy the journey.

Hi Workdesk friends.
Here we are for another Wednesday at the Workdesk.
I am here again to show you:

"What's on my Workdesk this Wednesday".

If you don't know what this is all about then please visit the

Stamping Ground, our host Julia will explain.



And this is what's on my desk today...
 
I know that some of you were interested to see what I would be doing with the Powertex this time.
Usually we have used it on 3D objects but this time we were using it on a canvas.
We started by applying it the background and then thickening it up to create the textured parts that you can see by mixing it with 3D flex which cracks as it dries.
 
 
I have normally used the brown Powertex so was quite interested to see how it would look in a lighter colour so chose the blue.
 
 
If you missed the posting about this workshop and would like to see it you can find it here.
 
 The other work that you can see on my desk is a canvas I worked on at Newark last Saturday and which I am just finishing. It will be ready for my post on Friday.

Hope you enjoyed looking.

                 
Have a great woyww and
happy crafting,
 
Angela x
 

27 comments:

  1. That looks pretty wild with all the cracks in it and it's fun to try new colours or ones we don't normally use wonder how one 1/2 blue and brown would look
    hugs Nikki ???
    http://graphixanddesign.blogspot.ca/

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  2. Fabulous canvas using the Power Tex Angela, amazing texture! Deb xo

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  3. Must remember to pop back on Friday to see your other canvas - did you do it with Barbara?
    Were you aware you were doing a canvas with Iain and Ali or was it a complete surprise - off to see your previous post.
    Hugs, Neet 13 xx

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  4. I love blue so am glad that's the colour you chose.....fab results.
    Have a great week.
    Hugs,
    Annie x # 11

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  5. Oh wow, such great textures and I love the blues... the piece has a 'winter-feel' that looks beautiful! Happy woyww and a hug from Holland, Marit #29

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  6. Your blue artwork is amazing Angela...I love it, it certainly caught my eye. Happy WOYWW and enjoy your week RobynO#25

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  7. Looks like you have got some great textures effects on the canvas. Looking forward to seeing the next piece.
    sandra de @9

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  8. What a fabulous desk and canvas! Take care Zo xx 32

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  9. Simply gorgeous texture and a fabby colour too, Angela! Well done! That stuff looks amazing.

    Happy WOYWW,
    Shoshi #28

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  10. Love the texture in your canvas, Angela. I've checked this product online and it doesn't seem that expensive AND it's available in the UK so I might be getting some to try. Happy WOYWW! zsuzsa #36

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  11. Interesting! Now I have an understanding of what PowertEx is ;-) It definitely makes for a great textured background. I love the swirly blues, my fav colours!
    Hugs, LLJ 10 xx

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  12. The Powertex looks gorgeous on your canvas. What great texture you have got. Thanks for sharing. Your desk is looking very busy again . Have a lovely week. Barbxx #34

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  13. Your canvas is lovely, Angela, it looks like water. I love the texture the Powertex gives, very interesting.
    Hugs Lisa #19

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  14. I love the blue! I saw sea waves. Looking forward to the finished piece. Creative Blessings! Kel #43

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  15. Wow! The canvas is really cool! Looked at the post with pics of the workshop, too. That PowerTex is so interesting! Happy WOYWW!
    Carol N #39

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  16. Thanks for the return visit, Angela, and I'm glad you like the alternative view of my desk - I got the idea off you last time, when you gave us an expanded view, and thought people might like to see a different angle! One day I will do the video tour I promised ages ago... I was waiting for the room to be really tidy and organised but that ain't gonna happen any time soon so I might as well get on with it! It probably won't happen till next year... I've got a lovely lot of room to work, but I soon clutter it up and then it doesn't feel so roomy!

    I can't wait for Friday now. I've never looked forward to a treatment before, but this one is different! I know that the recovery from it will be horrible but at least it's not just aiming for the next treatment, but a real chance of recovery, onwards and upwards towards my new life. I can't wait now. So many plans, and I feel so positive and upbeat!

    Shoshi x

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  17. wow I love that organic look, must see if we have powertex here or something similar, wonder if just good old pvc would work
    Bridget #1

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  18. I have never seen powertex on canvas. Thanks for sharing this technique.

    Greetings, Sofie #46
    http://sofies-succulent-beads.blogspot.be

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  19. I have never seen powertex on canvas. Thanks for sharing this technique.

    Greetings, Sofie #46
    http://sofies-succulent-beads.blogspot.be

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  20. What a beautiful canvas! Love how you worked on it.
    Have a good week
    Christine

    Bishopsmate #45

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  21. That is truly stunning Angela! I love the colour too.
    Thanks for visiting already,
    Have a good week,
    Lisca

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  22. That is GORGEOUS! Love the color and effect of the Powertex, Angela!

    Happy WOYWW!
    :)trisha, #52 this week
    with paint, a shelf and a bench

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  23. Interesting stuff that Powertex, I assumed it would be white only, so that's already doubled my knowledge! Both canvases are looking good, I wonder where you go from here?!

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  24. Somehow I missed the powertex boat! I don't know what that is...but I love the gorgeous texture and mixed-media feel of your canvases. Thanks for the visit. I love to hear how everyone drinks their tea. The Real Housewives in all locations are anything but real housewives....but my favorite is New York because they are so entertaining! Have a good week. Sandy Leigh #37

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  25. Love the wonderful texture you've achieved with this piece, Angela...drooling here!

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  26. Lovely texture! And it does have a wintery feel, doesn't it?
    Have a good week,
    RosA

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  27. Great texture. This is such an amazing technique. I love seeing what you create when you go to these workshops. Thank you for the visit earlier this week. Diane # 25

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