I coloured the image with copics. The red papers are from the DCWV Rock mat stack. The herringbone paper is some I had in my stash, and I'm not sure anymore what brand it is. I took it easy on the embellishments (as in none lol!) and let the image be the focus.
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I coloured the image with Copics. All of my flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts. The DP is from DCWV mat Citrus Stack. The butterfly punch is from Martha Stewart.
If this image looks familiar to you, and you know Kit and Clowder, then you will see this image in the Skin and Hair class. I coloured it along with Alyce in the "Close up facial features and eyes" video. It is such an amazing class; I really encourage you to buy this image from TEW and then go enroll in the class. You won't be sorry. ;-)
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It's new release day at The East Wind, and today's is "Wisteria". It's an image that took me a while to do because I was trying to add quite a bit of detail to it. I printed it out at 5"x7" so I had enough space to colour the flowers the way I wanted to.
After it was done, I realized that printing it that big left me with not very many options of finishing it. It's the size of a big card already, so I just matted it on black and decided to leave it as is for now.
I coloured it completely with Copics, using techniques from a couple different Create & Learn classes at Kit & Clowder. I added the detail on the wood fence, as well as her hanging chair. I left the colour of the concrete under her chair uneven because I felt it looked a little more realistic than a smooth even finish.
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