Monday, February 2, 2015

Colour Experiment - Blues


Last week a friend on Facebook asked which alcohol markers did we consider best. I hadn't really given my markers much thought other than to use what was close to hand for colouring. Often I use markers, pencil crayons, inks and watercolours altogether on one project, depending on what look I'm trying to achieve.

Here is the results of a colour experiment  I did using a variety of colouring materials in blue I have on hand.
I started by stamping nine eggs (SU! back yard basics set) with Versa fine pigment ink (Onyx Black) on a 9" x 12" 140# watercolour journal page.

Most of the supplies I used, I did a swirl with copic blender on each egg to see if it made a difference. The red sharpie is in the photo only for size comparison.

I had fun with this colour lesson and learned a bit too. :)

Have a crafty day!

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