Playing around with perspective with the Tim Holtz Cityscape dies from Sizzix to make this cool wallhanging.
My project for this month’s A Vintage Journey is called “City on a Square”. Well, I found the idea of creating depth with successive layers of cardboard kind of interesting so I thought I would make a similar project. I played around with dimension and color to improve the depth. This post shows you how add a sense of dimension with the successively smaller cardboard frames.
Rather that making a square project, I used a rectangle as the basic shape of the project and the Sizzix Cityscape dies from Tim Holtz. Here is the finished piece.
How to increase the illusion of depth
How to color the Cityscape buildings
Successive photos showing the layers to increase the sense of perspective and depth
|Layers 1 and 2|
|Layer 5 – more detailed, more buildings|
|Layer 6 – increasing the height, more overhangs|
|Layer 7 – last layer, increasing detail, height and overhangs|
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