Artist Trading Card Daily 94 - Using Water Soluble Graphite Pencils - 1

Artist Trading Card Daily – 94

Here we are at Artist Trading Card 94. I’m a little behind schedule but still enjoying making these little creations!

Today’s mini make follows on from yesterday’s cardstock tester and again uses the Paper Milk cardstock from Paper Cutz.

For this one I thought that I would test what happens to the cardstock when water is introduced – as I know that I often spritz, spray and spatter on most of my cardstock. This initial test though keeps things fairly low-key and uses a water brush in conjunction with some watersoluble graphite pencils.

The Digi Stamp is called Mini Dracula and is from Make It Crafty.

This is the finished result.

Artist Trading Card Daily 94 - Using Water Soluble Graphite Pencils - 1

I was very impressed by the cardstocks ability to handle the blending, shading and washing (with the water brush) and I am very happy with the result.

Just a thought, good job it wasn’t holy water in that water brush, or this little fella would have been a gonna!

What do you think of my mini mate?

As always, if you have any comments or questions about this post then please feel free to use the comments section below. Also, If you know of anyone that would appreciate reading this post, there are handy sharing icons below.

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

I’ll see you again soon!

J :)

3 thoughts on “Artist Trading Card Daily – 94

  1. Love it! You’ve made a brilliant job of the shading. I find monochrome very difficult to do so must practice more. Thanks x


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