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In & Out of Studio 3D
Monday, 26 May 2014
Operation Write Home - bonus sketch 62a
Topic: Sketch Challenge

When OWH posted sketch 62 on the blog they included two bonus sketches. Since I am trying to create the sketches in order I figured I'd slip these in today and tomorrow.

In my scraps I already had a diecut shape left over from cutting a frame card. I stamped an image on it using brown ink and used alcohol markers to color it in. It needed a bit more definition so I did some line enhancements with a fine black marker.

Also in the scraps I found a paper which I had rounded the corners on and outlined with white dashed lines. This matched my birds so that was a 'go'. Then I found the 'sample sheet' from one of my 6x6 paper pads and the colors were perfect so I cut the crosspiece from that.

Chocolate brown paper for the card base echoed the striped paper as well as the illustration.


The stamped sentiment actually shows better in real life.

Ddd


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 12:01 AM PDT

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