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maandag 24 november 2014

Tutorial: sky

Hi everyone!

Today it's my turn to share a tutorial with you all at Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps!
There are so many requests if I can show you how I colour my sky with clouds.
So I decided to do that.
Remember, there's no right or wrong, only your own interpretation and creativity!
 You can click on the image to enlarge. Sorry for the reddish photo's!

We start with stamping the image on good colouringpaper. I use Neenah cardstock, but it will work on other too! I've used "Icy Fairy" for the example.


First step: I draw some clouds with my C0 marker. I like to have them "flat" underneath the cloud and fluffy on the top. I always try to have 3 or 5 clouds on an image. The results are the best if parts of (some) clouds are behind the image, that way the image pops. I draw the clouds bigger at the top of my image than the clouds on the bottom. (They are much further away)


If you are happy with the clouds, you can create shades in the notches with your C3.


Blend your C3 out with your C1 marker and look at those clouds, they are coming alive!


The last step for the clouds: create some extra shading at the bottom of the clouds with your C0 marker. The clouds are ready!


Now we have to fill in the sky. We start with B00 around the image (not in the clouds of course) and flick to the outside.


Blend it out with B000 and add some extra long parts of sky between the clouds.


Blend it out with B0000 and fill in the white parts with it. And now your image is ready!

This is the image when it's totally coloured up

I hope this was clear, if not, please ask your questions. I would be happy to help you!

5 opmerkingen:

  1. SUPER Deborah, altijd handig en vooral leerzaam ,nen dikke merci !!!
    Groetjes Kristel

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  2. Geweldige tutorial, je bent echt een kleurexpert!

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  3. Geweldige tutorial Deborah. Prachtig gekleurd.

    Groetjes,
    Nans

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