Thursday, 19 April 2012

Sunshine Background

Today I though I would share a video on using Inktense watercolour pencils, they really give vibrant colours, but beware; because the shade that you get when you colour with pencils is a lot lighter than the shade once water is added, as you can see from this sunflower here.























So I recommend that you keep a scratch piece of card to test your colours before using.

Here is the finished card, using 'Sunshine' 4235L, 'Gratitude' 30-105 and mounted onto 'Sticks and Stones' 02-003 and 'Coral Reef' 15-003 mix and match cardstock.
The card blank was created using Spellbinders Labels Twenty Three.


























I am entering this card in the Lily Pad challenge here

Thank you for visiting me today, I hope you found the video informative.

Hugs Cathy
x

7 comments:

Paula (PEP) said...

This was a joy to watch - & far more satisfying than my bowl of porridge for breakfast! The tip about colouring from the centre out & then outwards towards the centre is so useful & I love the way you multiple Distress Inking layering of colours adds such vibrancy toned down beaitfully with the brown polka dot ribbon. One of my favourite projects of yours.
Thanks for making the tutorial.
Paula (PEP)

Barb said...

So glad you played with us again at Lily Pad Cards, Cathy! This is so gorgeous! The colors are beautiful together, and your water coloring is amazing! :)

Annette said...

wow gorgeous coloring...I thought it was markers but after watching the video i see it is coloring pencils...wow that is so awesome...your card is gorgeous...

Elizabeth Allan said...

Beautiful card and fantastic video!

Debbie said...

WOW! I am even more impressed after seeing your video. Gorgeous!

annemarks said...

Great video, so love to watch you colouring! Lovely card great colour :)

Nancy said...

I love sunflowers and I love this wonderful card, Cathy! Your coloring is so beautiful! I'm so glad you shared this beauty with us at Lily Pad Cards!