Marie Browning

"Inspiring and honoring creativity"

Blog Hop with Guest Designer Anna Wight June 13, 2014

 

 

Welcome to the Blog Hop with our talented guest Designer Anna Wight! If you just came from Jennie’s Blog you are on the right path! If not, you may want to start at the Tombow blog!

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For this blog I am going to show you a technique that uses both the Dual Brush Pens and Irojiten Colored Pencils. These two colorful products play well together and you get the benefit of quick color blocking with the markers and simple shading to create beautiful images with the colored pencils. This is a perfect project if you are a beginner to coloring your stamped images or Zentangle inspired drawings! Here I have started with a simple flower design filled with tangles drawn with the Mono Twin Permanent Pen.

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Next, use light colored Dual Brush Pens and the brush tip to simply fill in the main areas with color. Don’t worry about blending colors! Let these colors dry a few minutes before the next step.  The markers used here are: 703, 991, 603, 553, 126 and 195

IMG_3611Now using the Irojiten Colored Pencils, here I am using the Vivid Tones, shade in the drawing to give it depth. Start with using the same colors, for example, the red colored pencil on the pink parts. I then add blue for the shadows on all the parts to create deep shadows.

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Here are some more colorful examples using this technique! Quick color coverage provided with Light hues of the Dual Brush Pens, then controlled, easy shading using the Irojiten Colored Pencils!

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The prize for this blog hop includes Xtreme Adhesive, Mono Adhesive Removable and Mono Aqua Liquid Glue!

In order to enter to win this prize from Tombow, please comment on all the Design Team’s projects this weekend! Now go to guest designer Anna Wight’s blog to see what she has created for you!

 

12 Responses to “Blog Hop with Guest Designer Anna Wight”

  1. Anita M Says:

    Beautiful coloring. Thanks for the tips!

  2. JOAN SMITH Says:

    WOW your flower is so beautiful!! Your coloring skills are outstanding and it was so interesting to read about what you used and how you used it to achieve your gorgeous results. You sure are one super talented artist.

  3. Anna Wight Says:

    What fun flowers!

  4. Yvette Williams Says:

    I love what the pencils do to the look of the flowers.

  5. carol dee Says:

    Fabulous coloring on some very pretty flowers.

  6. Rosa M. Vasquez Says:

    Thank you for the lesson! Nice color variation and shading.

  7. Thanks for showing us the technique. I love the towbow dual brush pens! These are sooooo fantastic!

  8. Great technique, thanks for the show!!!

  9. nana990110 Says:

    Love the markers coloring!

  10. bearsmother Says:

    The flowers are beautiful. The shading is great and the added zentangle drawings really make them have depth.
    Thanks for sharing the tips.

  11. Denise Bryant Says:

    wow… these are just gorgeous! Fabulous coloring on these fun flower designs!

  12. Katie B. Says:

    Great ideas!! Always love your ideas and blog posts. Amazing how much depth is created with the colored pencils. Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.


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