Hello my little blogettes, how are you today?
My little cardstock colouring challenge continues in today’s Artist Trading Card post with the use of Lyra Pencils.
Now, I don’t know about you but I would love to be a lady of leisure. Or perhaps a man of leisure. Or basically just craft all day and not have to do any work whatsover. In any case, you catch my drift, right?
Well, the lovely Julliette appears to have that life! Thankfully this is not my part-time name, but that of the digi stamp that I used for today’s creation.
It was definitely a challenge colouring the folds of her fabric and hair curls … the pencil sharpener was always at the ready to make sure that I had a fine tip with which to work.
Despite the furrowed brow of concentration an enjoyable time was had.
The paper milk cardstock from Paper Cutz again came into it’s own with this test as it took the Lyra pencils beautifully and gave me lots of depth of tone and allowed for the finest of shading in the hair curls.
Nothing much more to explain on this one as it was pure, plain and simple colouring with shades of grey – maybe there were fifty, but who knows – you’ve seen the new book out now though, right? lol ;)
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Many thanks for taking the time to read about my little creations.
I’ll see you again soon!