Sunday, 25 October 2020

Colouring on Kraft card

 Having seen a few examples online (and it being my favourite card stock), I thought I would use my pencils on some to see how it went.

I was watching someone colour online and noticed after colouring, that they re-stamped their image - what a difference. Luckily, I have a good stamping platform (like a folded book), rather than one on four bouncy legs. By cleaning the stamps insitu, they can be left in place. This allows you to see exactly where you were and can easily overstamp - providing nothing moves.

Herewith a kraft sample card, coloured in - this is how most people colour their cards:

After restamping:
Apart from a flower stem moving and the flash going off, which has overlit the bunnies bottom right, it makes such a difference don't you think?


8 comments:

  1. Wow what a difference overstamping after colouring makes. Thanks for the tip, I will really have to remember that

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  2. That is really clever, I love YouTube you can learn so many hacks from great artists.

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    1. I have learnt loads about so many things.

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  3. Wow, that re-stamping really makes a big difference. Lovely.

    God bless.

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    1. Also helps hide small overlapping mistakes.

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  4. That is brilliant, what a difference it makes :-)

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  5. Do you know, I’ve never thought of doing that! Thank you for the tip! X

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