Monday, October 3, 2011

Color Saturation...

So, the theme over at the Copic Challenge blog this time is color saturation.


It got me thinking....about color techniques, painting and density of color.

One of the hardest things I struggle with is diffusing of color when I'm blending with my copics.  I tend to not lay down enough of the dark color, or if I do a dark/bright color, I have a hard time getting a good shadow effect going.  


Hopefully I did better with this one!!


Card Recipe:
PAPERS: patterned paper by We R Memory Keepers, Black Treasuremates paper, Medium Yellow and Deep Groovy Grape Colormates papers by WorldWin

STAMPS: Witch Emma Stamp  by CC Designs, Phrase stamp and Spider stamp (on inside of card) by Stampin' Up.

INKS/Markers: Black Ink by Memento, Black Craft Ink by Stampin' Up, Copic Markers found at Paperthreads

MISC: ribbon from the clearance rack at Micheal's, Black Magic Embossing Powder from Sparkles n Sprinkles

Here is the card!





Make sure you pop over to the Copic Creations Challenge blog, as there are some great links to help you understand color saturation!

Well, that's it for todays post!   Later on this week, I'm posting another card on the Card A Day Blog (October 8) and I'm starting a new challenge with blog candy...so make sure you come back that day and join in on the fun!  In the meantime, stop by Card A Day Blog today, and check out the great card with an Angel, posted by Christine Patton!  Oh...and Kelly Stone was the winner on the Card A Day Blog weekend blog hop challenge!  I sent off my prize to her today, of a Greeting Farm Stamp: RUBY!  I have this stamp, and ALL in stock stamps on sale through the 15th.....35% off!


4 comments:

  1. I adore your card and can't fathom YOU having a hard time with anything with Copic markers! Your work is always outstanding!

    Congrats to our very own Kelly for winning the blog hop! WTG!

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  2. Your card looks fabulous, Michelle! I have never tried Copics myself, but you seem to do an incredible job with them. Thanks for letting me know what my prize is. I have never used a Greeting Farm stamp, but they look so adorable.

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  3. awesome looking card
    just signed up for their newsletter, love coloring with copics, got a few more from a scrapbooking/stamping expo this last weekend

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  4. Michelle, I would never have known you thought there was a problem with your blending...all of your pieces always look so great!

    Now ME on the other hand LOL!

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