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World Watercolor Month #3: Sublime Submarine Card


Sublime Submarine Card

It’s World Watercolor Month….but today I’m ColoringWater instead of WaterColoring! Hope that’s ok with you! I picked Lawn Fawn’s cute little sub for this card – easy peasy masking and airbrushing to make a sweet little card. Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.



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8 thoughts on “World Watercolor Month #3: Sublime Submarine Card

  1. Sandy – I love watching your tutorials! Love this little card & would so love to learn how to use an airbrush. I am planning to sign up for your basic Copic class soon & am so looking forward to it….then I can take your Copic mini-classes! Also really enjoy all your watercolor videos…… thank you, thank you for your inspiration!

  2. Great card. I think you are a pro at airbrush.

  3. Absolutely gorgeous Sandy, I love the fact that you have the fish falling in love with the submarine! LOL :O)

  4. Awesome!!!! You so did a Super Outstanding job!!

  5. Looks so lovely Sandy, thank you and have a nice weekend.

  6. Oh wow, this is just so cool. I’ve never seen the Copic airbrush system in action before! Just love that card!!

  7. Oh Sandy, this card is just so darling! I avoided getting this set, but darn-it, you make me want to get it! And WOWSERS, I have a beautiful Copic collection, and I never thought about their air brush thingee (lol). Now I am!!!! Beautiful work, as always.

  8. Since I don’t have the compressor and airbrush, I’ll just have to use my new Copic Underwater Scenes skills – yay! Really enjoying that class, and I find myself more interested in underwater stuff to put down there in the deeps and shallows!!! Looks like this will be my next “gotta have it” stamp set. In the meantime, I can practice making a little underwater “glow” without the airbrush! You always push me to try new stuff , you rascal!
    Seriously – thanks for all you do.

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