Thursday, May 11, 2017

Video Tutorial: No Line Watercolor Technique using Kindred Stamps and Zig Markers

Hi everyone!  I have a second video and two more card samples to share with you today.  I decided after devouring YouTube videos (specifically Kristina Werner who is fabulous!) to try my hand at no line water coloring. I loved the technique and the outcome so much that I decided to make a video tutorial on it just in case some of you might find it helpful.  First, I'll link to the video, then show you pictures of the cards. I apologize ,the video isn't the greatest.  There are a couple times I'm off camera and the zoom makes things a bit fuzzy at times, but I hope it is still helpful.  Please know, I do not in any way claim to be an expert at water coloring and I certainly am not an artist.  I taught myself this technique and I'm simply showing you guys the way I do it in the hopes that it might help or inspire some of you. 

Now for some close up pictures of the cards themselves.  Here's a picture of both cards together:

I will be coming back in a day or two with a video on how to create the backgrounds to these cards.  Today's video tutorial focuses only on the no line watercolor technique. 

Here's Rapunzel:

And here's Ariel:

I will list here for you all the supplies I used to do the no line watercolor technique.  I'll post the rest of the supplies when I post the tutorial on creating the backgrounds.  For the no-line coloring for Rapunzel, I used Antique Linen Distress Ink, a water brush, and the following Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers: Yellow, Light Violet, Purple, Flesh Color, Blush, Almond Pink.  For Ariel, I used the following Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers: Wine Red, Light Violet, Marine Green, Flesh Color, Blush, and Almond Pink.  For Flounder, I used Yellow and Light Blue.  For Sebastian, I used Red.  I used a Black Gelly Roll Fine pen (I got mine at Michael's) to draw in the eyes and smile.  What do you think?

1 comment:

cghundley said...

Both are very sweet
and lovely to look at.
Carla from Utah

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