Oooooh lookee, first coloring video of 2019! W00t! And it’s monsters. And the new Pantone color for the year: Living Coral.
A heads up: Facebook live chat tonight 5-6pm Pacific, talking color—in the Art Classes student group!
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When coloring a “single” color like Living Coral, build a set of colors around it – darker and lighter. And be prepared to adjust a little, like I did by adding a tidge of R22 to the R0 family to make it a little pink-er.
I’ve kept my cards really simple – just glued them onto card bases and rounded the bottom two corners.
Play with the position of stamps – sometimes having them slide off the card front entirely makes for a super playful card!
I stamped the heart and words above the little blue monster before stamping him – and just had to draw in little arms. The other monster needed just a triangle of paper to wrap his little bouquet!
- Stamp. die:
- Monster Love, Concord & 9th Clear Stamps
- Monster Love, Concord & 9th Dies
- Copic markers:
- R02, Rose Salmon
- E09, Burnt Sienna
- R08, Vermilion
- R05, Salmon Red
- R00, Pinkish White
- R22, Light Prawn
- BG02, New Blue
- BG15, Aqua
- BG09, Blue Green
- W5, Warm Gray No. 5
- W3, Warm Gray No. 3
- W0, Warm Gray No. 0
- Uni-ball Impact Gel Pen, White
- Neenah Cardstock, Classic Crest Solar White, 250 Sheet Ream or 25 pk
- Memento Ink Pad, Tuxedo Black
- Crop-a-Dile Corner Chomper Tool