Artist Trading Card Daily - 48 (3)

Artist Trading Card Daily – 48

Do a doodle-do! Nope, it’s not a wonky cockerel, it’s what I did for today’s artist trading card.

Artist Trading Card Daily - 48 (1)

This one is not very hard to explain.

I got a piece of white cardstock and doodled some lines and shapes with a Pigma Micron pen. Yup, that was it! lol.

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I did do a little extra for the finishing touches by adding some glossy accents to the shapes to make them look like little glass beads and also brushed on some black ink at the top and red ink at the bottom to give it a little dimension, but that truly was it.

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Just a quickie today…

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Many thanks for taking the time to read about my little creations.

I’ll see you again tomorrow!

J :)

19 thoughts on “Artist Trading Card Daily – 48

  1. Lovely – just got a book about doodling like this and I’m keen to give it a go. I like the touch of ‘whimsy’ it gives and what a great idea to use glossy accents to makes some of the shapes look like beads! Another delightful ATC … nicely done :) x


  2. I just LOVE this one John! … and yet… I have no idea why it calls to me because I’m not a squiggles sort of gal. It’s such a wonderful little piece of art and kind of makes me think of jewellery, dangling from an unseen pole … expensive jewellery.

    Aw … it’s really fabulous John. Well done you clever crafty chap! I’m in awe. ~ Cobs. x


  3. Love the dangles!!! Very effective and the splashes of colour look like jewels. Beautiful. Thank you for yet another totally different ATC. X


  4. Just love this John – pinned already to remind me how you did it! I’m amazed everyday how different all your ATCs have been, and really enjoying seeing all your posts. Thanks, Susan x

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