Showing posts with label landscape. Show all posts
Showing posts with label landscape. Show all posts

Mountain Landscape Nail Art: Digital Dozen Day Five

Friday, March 13, 2015

It's the final day of Digital Dozen and I liked the mountain scene I posted earlier so much that I had to try something along the same lines.

This one is a little more abstract. I definitely used the Bob Ross method for some of it. But it worked.

I used Zoya Lillian for the sky and Zoya Rayne for the water. I love how Rayne actually provides the shimmer for the lake. The rest of the scene was created using acrylic paints.

Mountain and lake landscape nail art

I can't wait until next month's Digital Dozen theme. In the meantime, check out some of the other nature-themed nail art looks below.

Tropical Sunset Nail Art - Digital Dozen Day Three

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

It's day three of Digital Dozen week. This week is all about nature. And I am having so much fun with this theme.

Today's post is tropical and colorful. This beach landscape scene makes me want to be somewhere warm.

I used Zoya Polishes for this nail art. The yellow is Zoya Pippa; the blue for the water is Zoya Breezi; the lighter blue in the water is Zoya Lillian; the black for the land is Zoya Willa; and the highlights in the sky are Zoya Eden, Arizona and Monica. I used acrylic paint for the trees.

A top coat of HK Girl provides the protection and shine. 

Beach sunset with palm tree tropical nail art

See more amazing nature-themed nail art looks below.

Digital Dozen Does Nature: Day One

Monday, March 9, 2015

It's another Digit-al Dozen week. The Digit-al Dozen is a small group of diverse nail art bloggers that post nail art inspired by a new monthly theme for five days in a row. You can find us blogging away the second week of each month!

This month's theme is Nature. I am loving this theme. It means I get to create some floral and landscape nail art. I realize there are lots of other things that could fit into this category. But I was excited to do something I love.

This mountain scene was created with Elevation Polish and acrylic paint. I used Elevation Lake of the Isles for the sky and Bohai Sea for the water. The gray in the mountains were created using Thracian Sea. I used acrylic paints for the rest of it. White acrylic paint applied with a QTip made the fluffy clouds.

I hear so many people say they can never create intricate nail art. Well, yes you can. Landscapes and florals are oh-so-forgiving. Mine aren't perfect - and they never will be. To create a landscape scene, simply break it into sections. One element at a time.

Landscape mountain scene nail art

I used a top coat of HK Girl to seal it in and protect the nail art.

Some of these products were previously provided to me for an honest review and some were purchased by me. All opinions are my own. Please note that computer monitors may display colors differently.

See some of the other amazing creations of natures by some talented ladies.


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