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FROM THE ARCHIVE 15th September 2015

I adore clocks and watches and all things time-related, perhaps because I’m constantly trying to hold back time! I created two circular layers from the centre of the same Chinese print I used in Th…

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Behind Time © Sarah Vernon

I adore clocks and watches and all things time-related, perhaps because I’m constantly trying to hold back time!

I created two circular layers from the centre of the same Chinese print I used in The Green, Green Grass of Home, one in Multiply mode and one in Normal. I used a clock face with roman numerals by Rachael Towne from Flickr in Normal mode at 67% and sandwiched it between the Chinese circles. The background is the entire Chinese print blended in Multiply mode with texture 2LO – Crackle 11 from 2 Lil’ Owls. I topped it all off with a layer of green (#5b5f48) in Multiply mode.


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Sarah

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