I never thought shoes would be a ton of fun to color…until I saw these. Then I thought they would be fun – and would be a great way to practice my pencil work and shading all at once!
The Prismacolors used….and the jars I keep my little cotton balls in are on Amazon…
I spent enough effort on the coloring that it seemed unnecessary to do more with the card design than add a diecut sentiment.
More info on the Casting Shadows class is HERE
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- DKD Shoes, Impression Obsession Cling Stamps
- Stonehenge Drawing Paper: AMZ – BLICK
- Prismacolor pencils EH – BLICK
- Prismacolor Hex Chart
- Quietsharp Pencil Sharpener AMZ – BLICK
- Jet Black Lawn Fawn Ink Pad
- Blending stumps EH – BLICK
- Solvent jars
- Gamsol Blending solution EH – BLICK
Love how you colored those shoes!
Haha! What a great card!!
Love the shoes stamp and the gorgeous card you made with it. Thank you so much for the great video, I always learn something new from you.
Thank you so much for showing and have a great weekend.
I was wandering if you now if the Quiet sharpener you use also is available for the EU. I can’t find it anywhere and I can’t order one from the US because whe have a different voltage.
I haven’t seen it for the EU but I also never look for that…
Great shoes! I have thousands of stamps – but oddly enough, I don’t have any tennis shoe stamps. However, I can see how versatile this stamp would be. Thanks for the tips on shadows. You can’t have color without light – and if there’s light, there will be shadows. So let there be light and color, and coloring shadows!