Hello again and welcome to the last in my mini cardstock challenge, and the 99th Artist Trading Card!
Phew, didn’t think that I would make it this far but I’m glad that I have.
Anyway, for today’s creation I chose to use the Inktense water soluble pencils as the medium of choice to try out on the Paper Milk cardstock.
I think that you will agree that they do live up to their reputation for intense colour …
Once again the “tooth” of the Paper Milk cardstock and it’s ability to take this limited watercolour style colouring method helped me create some particularly strong colours from the Inktense pencils – I was particularly impressed with what I was able to achieve in terms of the translucency of the wing and shading in the hair.
Fab eh? Here’s a closer look …
Anyway, I’m sure that you’ve seen my previous post using this image, but if not, you can find it via this link.
If anyone is interested in trying this Paper Milk cardstock for themselves you can find it over at www.papercutz.co.uk
Sadly due to the new VAT laws (in the UK) the digital stamp that I used is no longer available online but I believe that you might still be able to find it as a physical stamp somewhere – it’s called the Rowan Fairy.
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Many thanks for taking the time to read about my little creations.
I’ll see you again soon!