Lots of folks ask how I come up with a scene – so in today’s video, while you watch the coloring, I just chat about it a bit. What I’m thinking, why some things end up here or there. It feels a little random – and I apologize for the weird color that the video descends into by the end, oy! Anyway – hope it helps!
Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.
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Wow those colors look amazing in reality.
What a great scene you created. Wow wow wow..
I LOVE this card! Surprised? The sentiment rings true for me. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen a chalk board. I don’t miss the chalky mess. You set the perfect scene for these two teachers.
I just bought a sweet Penny Black stamp called Fan’s Cricket. It shows a little Chinese girl holding a cricket & a cage. Could you demonstrate coloring Asian skin tones?
Great! Greater! The Greatest! I want to try also a scene..after my hexart-class I think I know what to do… cool inspiration!!!
What an awesome card!
Another “wow” !
Great card – love those teachers! Thanks, too for the really great instruction on building a scene or background – I know I’ll be referring to this one many times!