WORKING ON SOME SKIN TONES WITH DIFFERENT COLORING MEDIUMS | CRAFTANGLES OCTOBER BLOG HOP

by - Tuesday, October 30, 2018


Hello everyone! Welcome to Craftangles October Blog Hop. The theme for this hop was sharing Ethnic cards using new EID/Diwali/People of India from the newly released collection. Here I have used People of India, From all of us, World's Best stamps and Sunburst Stencil from Craftangles. I have used different coloring mediums - Color Pencils, Water Colors and Alcohol Markers on these women. I think they turned out really beautiful. What do you think?


CARD DETAILS

I started by stamping the beautiful image from Craftangles World's Best stamp set with Memento Black Ink on Canson Watercolor paper. Then I colored the image with Faber-Castell Color Pencils. I went with lighter shade first and then moved onto the darker shade. I chose water color paper because of the added texture which is very helpful for the colors to blend while coloring. Don't go too harsh on the paper, start with light strokes and then build up the color.


I took an A2 sized card, placed the Sunburst Stencil and blended in Black Soot Distress Ink through it. Finally Stamped the sentiment from From All of us and finished the card by adhering the colored panel over the main card base.


This one was also similar to previous card design but I used Sizzix Permanent Markers for coloring the image. These are alcohol base so I used an alcohol friendly ink, Memento Tuxedo Black, to stamp the image.


I used People of India, From all of us Stamps and Sunburst Stencil from Craftangles.


This is the last one and also similar to previous cards. I stamped the image in Archival Jet Black Ink which is permanent, water proofed and fast drying, on Canson Water Color Paper and Water colored the image with School Watercolors from Camel.


I used People of India, From all of us stamps and Sunburst Stencil for this card too. :)


I hope you like these cards. Thank you so much for visiting. Take care and I'll see you next time. :)

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14 comments

  1. I love all the variations and fun with different coloring techniques! Especially caught my eyes what you did with alcohol markers!!!

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  2. Lovely ethnic cards! Looks like fun using different coloring techniques

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  3. Love the colours and images on these cards

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  4. Love the vibrant colors and people of India stamps.

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  5. Hi Deepti,
    Another set of lovely cards...love the stamp sets..so unique and different, have never seen such themed stamps ever..lovely collection by Crafttangles! :)

    Loads of crafty hugs,
    Devika ❤️

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  6. Wow...so nicely you did the colouring technique,craftangles stamps are so cute,thanks for sharing the technique👌👌❤❤❤

    Hugs

    Rituparna

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  7. Beautiful cards..thanks for sharing different techniques of colouring.

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  8. These are just cool set of cards,beautiful coloring on all cards.those stamps are so unique and fun,love these indian stamps.Great work

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  9. These are just cool set of cards,beautiful coloring on all cards.those stamps are so unique and fun,love these indian stamps.Great work

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  10. Love the way you have used these stamps, looks like you had fun coloring them. The addition of stenciled BG is great.

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  11. Beautiful set of cards. This stamp set is so cute. The images are so like real people

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  12. Wow! Adorable Indian ladies!!! Beautiful colouring!!!

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  13. Beautiful and simple cards.love the use of colours.thanks for sharing

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  14. Thanks for sharing for creations with the very basic craft supplies... Never knew that my daughter's color pencils or camel water colors can give such nice effect.. i am gonna jump over my daughter's colour stash now.. pretty outcomes

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