My goodness, this little boy looks like he's got a dirty nose. Not until I put this up did I see that smudge and no matter how many times I photograph this, it still shows up as a smudge. It doesn't look like a smudge in real life. Strange. I'm still posting it because everyone has those days!
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OK, this is ART???? Day 6 has come and gone. I'm just now having time to post my practice subjects for you to see. Sorry about the terrible shot of "blue" dog. You can see what is most important - the DOTS on "blue" dog. That is not patterned paper, it is not a background from the other side of the paper bleeding through. That's right... this was done on purpose. Sandy showed us how to use the Copics blender marker for this dastardly deed. Do you ever feel like you can't mark up something in silly ways? Well, this was the "DO YOUR SILLY STUFF DAY". It wasn't called that, but it certainly was creative and fun.
Do you have the compunction to STAY WITHIN THE LINES? Well, if Jennifer can color gleefully outside the lines, then I told myself, I could too!I practiced some shading on "Brownie" and making fur on his buddy "Orange"
Now, I totally loved doing these two darlings. Kelly is responsible for these cuties, well, she didn't color them, but she made it fun and easy to create these dear sweet things. Those are T #s (grays).
Kelly offered up reasons for using cool or warm grays. Use warm grays on live things, animals, etc. and use cool grays on inanimate objects like robots, machinery.
I was totally out of my comfort zone on this one. Of course lines are just there to be colored over. I actually think it doesn't look half bad, well, we'll see how good or bad it looks when I cut it out.
As you can see, DAY 6 was full of ideas and creativity, but then, I don't know a day that wasn't. This really was one of the best classes ever.
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I see so many Autumn cards all over, so I thought we'd do a changing seasons card. You can do spring or autumn. This is my sample for an Autumn card. Lots of room to write and lots of orange and brown.with a bit of green thrown in for good luck.
Here's a sample of my SPRING card
Lots of green with a bit orange thrown in.
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I desparately need to put new batteries in my other light, but I wanted to put these two images I colored together so you could see where I goofed on the image on the right.
You see the wonderful red Xmas cap, well, it bled red and for the life of me, when I fixed one side, the other side reddened and not where I wanted it. You see what I did to hide the red on the upper left of the cap and the little white trim on the cap? Yes, I die-cut small holly leaves and little berries, colored them with Copic markers and covered the spots nicely. I think it worked out well.
Covering mistakes can lead to something new and even better things. I will be making cards out of these in the near future.
Hope you liked lesson 11, covering up your mistakes. I really did have a messy spot of red and knew I had a way to keep that image after I had colored all of it.
I really like this larger rendition of Scilia Fairy because I enjoyed coloring larger quantities of hair and dress. I added some Memory Box die-cut blooming fuchsia and Circle Border. Crafty Sentiments Designs is sponsoring Die Cut Divas this month, so hop on over and join the fun.
The large yellow flower the fairy is holding and the Yellow Green tones on her dress just make me think of Autumn.I obviously love this digital girl because I couldn't make just one card.
I think the wonderful red tones in this image remind me of the beginning of spring with everything so fresh and bright. What a lovely image.
Because of the yellow on the edges of the flower and the darkness of the dress and slipper color, I feel Scilia Fairy represents fall. She is so versatile.
You color at your own risk - it's addictive! Happy Autumn.and Happy Spring, wherever you may be.
It's the first of the month and a new challenge at Die Cut Divas. Be sure to visit - this month it's all about the changing seasons, spring and autumn.
I love how I was able to change this little gal from Christmas to Autumn with a wealth of Fall colors.
This is a rubber stamp from Crafty Sentiments Designs and you can find her here, all done up in Christmas colors. She's just so sweet.
I thought a close-up might be nice to see all the wonderful details in the image. I used Copic marker E37 on the cape and boots, but it didn't look quite right, so I added YR07 directly on top of the E37 and it was PERFECT!