Almost 10 years ago, during PCCrafter’s heyday as provider of digital art, Laurie Furnell (one of PCCrafter’s popular artists), released the set “Cats”. I remember being so excited (I confess to being a cat person) and bought it right away. The nice thing with these older digital art sets by PCCrafter was that, not only did they include the painted version of each image, but also the line art. Continue reading »
Posts Tagged "watercolor"
Trust me, this version of a slider card is really easy, thanks to this idea of Alice Golden! For this card I started by printing a hot air balloon digi image (you can grab it at the end of this post) on water color paper. Continue reading »
As you can see, I am loving the results of watercoloring cut images! I was happy with the results of my first card, so I wanted to make another. This time, I used a little bit more detailed flourish from Shery’s set (thank you so much for these free designs, Shery!). I cut several on a 140 lb cold press watercolor paper using my Cricut/SCAL setup (very similar to Silhouette). Since the paper is thick, I did the cutting twice (I probably should do it three times, because some parts are still not cut all the way through): Continue reading »
I am not good at watercoloring. I’ve tried to study it, tried to create art with it, but it is a beast I always struggle with. I made these roses about a month ago with watercolor pencils – note that I tried twice, with not-so-good results (I’m being polite to myself, LOL):
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