Here it is, Saturday, and though it’s hard to believe, we’re on the second-to-last technique in our bi-weekly journey through A Compendium of Curiosities, Vol.3, the latest book by Tim Holtz. Gosh, it’s gone by quickly!
This time around, we’re having fun with Tim’s Altered Surfaces technique.
Check out Tim’s tutorial on page 45 of A Compendium of Curiosities, Vol.3 for the technique instructions, then join the fun!
Our Very Simple Rules
Everyone is welcome to participate in the CC3C, but you must work from your personal copy of the CC3. If you don’t have the book, you can order one directly from Tim, who will be glad to autograph it for you. While we don’t have a lot of rules, one we take very seriously is our requirement to not share the challenge technique on your blog. We want our participants to support Tim by purchasing his book! If you have any questions about the challenge requirements, please check out the CC3C F.A.Q. here.
Win a Lovely Prize from Tim and Mario!
As always, we’ll select a “Curiosity Crew’s Choice” winner who will receive an awesome assortment Tim’s products, courtesy of Tim himself and Mario Rossi, his Logistic Director and everyone’s favorite “Behind the Scenes” social media rockstar (be sure to follow Mario on Instagram for tons of insider info!). To be eligible to win this special prize, you must visit each of our team members’ blogs and leave a comment there. You can easily access their blogs by clicking on their project photos (your comment on this post counts as your comment on my blog).
Sponsored by Inspiration Emporium! The wonderful Joy and her family at Inspiration Emporium sponsor all our odd-numbered challenges, and they’re back with another fantastic FIFTY DOLLAR SHOPPING SPREE for one lucky CC3C entrant! To be eligible to win, simply link your project here and include a link to INSPIRATION EMPORIUM in your blog post. And, if you’re ready to shop right now, you’re welcome to use the coupon code STUDIOL3 for a 10% discount on your order.
The Curiosity Crew’s Projects:
Here’s how we used the Altered Surfaces technique in our own artwork:
Okay, show us how your alter those surfaces! This challenge is open through Friday, July 31, and we can’t wait to see what you create.
…and the Curiosity Crew!