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In & Out of Studio 3D
Thursday, 18 December 2008
Painted Tulips
Topic: New Work

How distressing when the camera skews my colors! Honestly, the tulips match the backing paper.

These flowers were a line drawing from a bulb catalog. It was drawn with blue line on glossy paper which made it perfect for coloring. I used Sharpie markers in three tones of each color and blended with the lightest tone. They are layered on a printed scrapbook paper and then green cardstock base. 

The corners and the greeting are gold peeloffs.

Ddd

 


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