Good evening ladies
Another great relaxing class today, but lots of interesting new colouring techniques learnt.
I hope you all manage to sandwich the image onto the card once you have practised on your spare images
Today's techniques learnt
along with playing with some messy glue and that oh so gorgeous lace
This is the 8 x 8 inch Card that we made
The image Whiff of Joy, is available at Grimsby Crafts as are all of the papers and some of the flowers. The ribbon and lace are also in the store along with the liquid pearls and the Mulled Lavender Tim Holtz distress ink. The MS punch and the Nestie leaves are also in stock.
Here is a close up of each image
She has been coloured with the copics and here is the ribbon that we coloured to match, it was originally white.
The flowers are arranged in an arc around the bottom left of the image and here is a close up for you.
Colours used today were
Red - R27 or R29 for the red dots on the dress
Violets - V06, V05, V04, V01 for the dress.
Earth Tones (facial) - E11 for the face darker shading, E00 for the face middle shading and E000 for the rest of the face.
Blue/Green - BG10 this was used for edging the image using tiny dots lots of them around the image.
Greens - G85 and G82 for the green areas on the dress G85 for the darker areas.
Earth Tones (Browns) - E49, E47, E43 for the hair
Yellow/Green - YG95 and YG03 for the area she is standing.
The swirl used around the image plate was a Prima clear stamp from my stash.
Here is the colour wheel again for those that still might need it
Right click and save the image to your desktop - ready for you to print off
and here is the colour chart, so you can record all your colours
again right click and save the image to your desktop to print, remember to print this out onto your copic paper for the true colours
The next class is on 21st August 1pm - 3.30pm
Techniques being taught
Light and Shade within an image
The card for the next class is on display near the till and uses a Molly Bloom stamp and is a Circle Easel Card.
Enjoy your practising ladies and see you soon