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In & Out of Studio 3D
Monday, 29 September 2014
Stretch Your Stamps 2 - Day 6 - Outlines (e)
Topic: Online Class

Although I had seen the last technique on day 6 demonstrated many times before and always wanted to try it myself, I had never actually done it. Well, this was the perfect opportunity to do some 'no line coloring'.

For this I stamped roses (my own hand carved stamps) with light sand ink, using masks to create overlapping images. I used three alcohol markers in reds and three in greens to shade and color the image, working from dark to light. I used a colorless blender to remove color on the petals where more light would naturally fall.

I masked the image and used my Copic airbrush system to fill the background with blues and greens.

I wrapped and tied red twine around the base of the panel and attached bordered panel to white card base.

I added a stamped and bordered sentiment using foam tape for mounting.

LOVE the result of the no line coloring. Looking forward to using this new skill again.

Ddd


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

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