GREAT ASTEROIDS, SPOCK! (LOL)
In today’s card – with the greatest sentiment (ha!) – I’ll give you some tips for coloring a background without as much worry about that “leading edge” being quite such a pain in the drain – with a little layout creativity you can make life easier for yourself when doing a watercolor background!
Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.
The colors used are all from my 2019 palette HERE….and the swatching of my swatches is HERE.
Such a fun little card this was – creating my own little asteroid belt for my happy-colored aliens to fly through! The sentiment is embossed on top of all the watercolor.
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So much fun!
Gorgeous Sandy, great tips on the way. Thank you so much for showing.
What’s more fun than pure imagination?! Super tips on how to set up a scene for watercoloring… Love the asteroids, aliens and their ships. Perfect for a cloudy Monday.
What a great card! When I watch you watercolor, I begin thinking I can actually do this. My creations never turn out like yours, but now I’m inspired to try again! Thank you!