I’ve had an obsession with slimline cards lately….I have tried to resist for months, but they allow for more coloring so they’re right up my alley! But sometimes covering all that real estate needs to be quick…and streak free. Today I’lll show you one way to tackle that!
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There are several ways to apply the reinkers with the Swisspers….you might think of more, too. What textures could you make with cotton balls or textured fabrics? Check it out:
Remember that adding some colorless blender (or isopropyl alcohol) to the make-up Swissper pad will give a more transparent look to the color and will blend multiple colors.
To minimize the fussy cutting, I set the horizon in place above the spot where I’d have to use a knife to cut open spaces between the two characters.
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