Morning..today i would like to share the second of my GDT cards for Make it Colourful and this week we have a real challenge for you..we want you to "colour an object that looks wet" ..now this has to be done with your colouring rather than for instance glossy accents..but don't be too afraid... if you pop by to see the rest of the DT's work there is plenty of inspiration
now I've added water droplets to my image....it's the first time I've attempted anything like this but I'm rather pleased with the results and glad I gave it a go :0)
here's what it looked like before I added them...
so what did i use??....
image MIC - Metallic Flowers Digi merged with Tiddly Inks - Tanker Fairy Sits ..MWarm Grey 1-5, Olive Green, Marsh Green, Pear Green, Denim Blue, Duck Egg, Grey Green, Tea Green, Coral, Sunkissed Pink, Dusky Rose, Putty, Almond, Burnt Sienna, Cocoa, Caramel, Tan, Raw Sienna, Gold, Mustard and Pale Yellow :0)..
IC Gears Galore Chippies which i got from Quixotic Paperie - the silver one is coloured with TH Crackle Paint - Pewter and the Brown is Walnut Distress Ink and Crackle Accents..papers are MME and ribbon is from my stash :0)...i quite often get asked about what colour PM's i use so i made an effort to write them down :0)...
i really hope you'll challenge yourselves and give it a go too....
have a fab weekend
Hugs Debs x
Debs, your water drops are just beautiful! such a hard challenge and I struggled with this but you look a complete natural with it. I like how the dew drops give the metallic flowers a freshness and look so pretty. CoBReplyDelete
Deb's you totally blow me away....What an truly awesome job you did for this challenge....I am green with envy looking at how natural those droplet's look.ReplyDelete
I freaked out at this challenge, you hit it on the head hun!!!!
Absolutely Gorgeous....Right on the money!!!!
Awesome tutorial Debbie I have just become a follower because your work is inspiring and positively breathtaking.ReplyDelete
I wish I could colour as well, your droplets look so realistic,
have a lovely weekend,
Hugs Bridget :0) x
Looks fab Deb, truly rocked it. Glad I had already done my August projects so I could chicken out, but feel like I should give it a go in the future.ReplyDelete
Hugs Tracy x
Beautiful card, Deb! I love your water droplets. Thanks for the great tutorial as well.ReplyDelete
This is gorgeous and the colors are beautiful! The water droplet tutorial is great and you've done an excellent job adding them to your project - it's beautiful!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card! I love those water droplets! They look fab :-) Love 'n' hugs, Mel xxReplyDelete