November 04, 2013

Coloring Holly ...

Hi Everybody,

Todays card is another for Christmas  ( talk about stating the obvious ....) but the focal point is the subject of a video tutorial.

I was asked  if I would  show how to color in Holly especially with Christmas being well on it's way.

The Spectrum Noir colors used are ...
 DG2, DR4, DR6, IG7+Blender,  DG2, DG4, TN3, EB3, EB5

For this card I have colored and cut out the second image and decoupaged it onto the card.

The stripes in the ribbon are created with the blender pen.

The image is from the CD "The Next Big Thing" from Just Inklined ... but sadly it is no longer available ...unless you can find a  copy on Ebay.

So here it is and it will show you how to get the look that I have created here.





I hope you enjoy the tutorial and there are more on the way .... just as soon as my "Film Crew" has watched the Formula 1 ....

More tomorrow ...

Hugs xx

9 comments:

  1. Thank you for this very useful tutorial Christina I'm still just at the "coloured in" look stage xXx

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  2. what a beautiful christmas card .the colouring is lovely,
    my colouring never turn's out like that .never seem to get a professional look.
    Marion H

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  3. Hi Christina,
    Love your card, and the colouring is beautiful, thanks for the video.
    Lydia
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  4. Fab card and perfect colouring as always. Thank you for the tutorial. Pat x

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  5. Brilliant video, going to try and do the shadowing on my bows. Thanks Christina.

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  6. Thank you so much for the wonderful tutorial, I never have had an art classes so I am clueless when coloring , I love the dimension your coloring gives, just Beautiful!!

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  7. Fantastic tutorial Christina! Reds are very difficult for me, I'm going to give this a try tomorrow

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  8. Stunning creation, beautifully made tutorial and fabulous traditional Christmas colours.

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  9. Hi Christina. Beautiful card. Can you let me know what type of card you used to print on please?

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