Does it count as a mixed media card if I use both colored pencil and Copic airbrush? *grin* Whether or not it does, it was a blast to make this one!
Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.
The initial card may have been a bit time consuming but – I can see that this could be made in multiples – stamp a bunch, coloring on the sofa, then reuse that mask to do lots of skies. If you’re great with Distress Inks, you can likely figure out how to do that sky with inking!
Also – I realized afterward that I never went back to put in the pencil numbers. SO sorry. It’s time consuming and I don’t often just totally forget that step! In order though, my little list says: 941 948 1033 1034 1082 935 947 041 047 1094 947 926 and 937. That should be the order anytime a pencil color is swapped. Maybe.
I also made this one with the same stamp set, but with a Copic background (not airbrush) adapted from the Mini Course at Art-Classes….so much fun!
Below are links to the supplies I’ve used for today’s project. Compensated affiliate links may used, which means if you make a purchase I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I truly appreciate your support toward the costs of running this blog! Read more.
- Art Impressions Santa Paws
- Prismacolor pencils: EH – BLICK
- Prismacolor Hex Chart
- Blending stumps: EH – BLICK
- Blending stump sander: EH – BLICK
- Gamsol Blending solution: EH • BLICK
- Quietsharp Pencil Sharpener: BLICK – AMZ
- Craft Assistant (metal mat)
- Copic Markers: EH – Blick
- Copic Hex Chart
- Jet Black Lawn Fawn Ink Pad
- Neenah Cardstock, Solar White: 25pk – 250pk