I didn't start this right away as I had trouble finding the drafting film and ended up with mylar. I find the instructions clear and easy to follow but I learn better if I am shown how to do things. I am hoping to get better the more I practice and continue to take lessons.
The was challanging and fun!!
It took me a while to comprehend the instructions for this kit probably because I have not done anything like it before. But once I got the hang of it, I thoroughly enjoyed it. Initially, the front-and-back applications threw me for a bit of a loop. Then I realized that the mylar is clear unlike paper and therefore is more similar to a projector transparency sheet. Then the directions made a lot more sense to me. So this was my first intro to working with mylar. The mylar dual-side application creates a very interesting matte luminous effect that flatters the subject matter stones and shadows. The cooling and warming effects are beautiful together like yin and yang. For me it was fun to watch this daunting project unfold before my eyes as I worked it, thinking "I don't know about this but we'll see" then to my surprise it turned out well enough, much better than I expected. I still find mylar daunting but that is because it is still so new to me, not Ann's fault. I prefer paper. I am a paper girl. I am looking forward to the Leopard Project and to more of Ann's great kits. Grazi Ann for sharing these wonderful kits with us.
Good explications easy to understand Bravo continuez
I received this item in the post and upon opening the package was very impressed with the contents, coloured photos and clear instructions will hopefully make my attempt at completing this project easy. I am very inpressed with all items received from Ann.