Here is an Autumn card I made for today's WT392 use markers challenge. I do 90% of my watercoloring w/markers or Prisma watercolor pencils. I don't know how to "professionally" color so I scribble my marker on an acryllic block, spritz it w/water then "paint" my images w/a blender pen. I layer the lightest to the darkest colors. On some images, like the pumpkin on this card, after I do my watercolor layers, I let it completely dry and then re-stamp over it to define the linework and give it more depth.
I got the idea from the focal point of our FS Angela's card, found here:
Stamps: TCP Rustic Autumn
Paper: Paper Studio card base
Ink: SU markers: certainly celery, so saffron, yo yo yellow, crushed curry, creamy carmel, dusty durango, perfect plum, lovely lilac, and rich razzleberry, Ranger di walnut stain + spiced marmalade
Accessories: SU blender pen, water mister, acryllic block
THANKS FOR LOOKING! :)
Date: Thursday, September 13, 2012 GMT Views: 993
Registered: March 15, 2012 Location: Alabama Posts: 11086
Thu, Sep 13, 2012 @ 10:03 AM
Gabby, this is so pretty! Love your wonderful use of color and the single row of stamps. There is plenty of interest with the beautiful flowers and pumpkin! I LOVE that your card meets so many different challenges! It really is a fantastic fall CAS card!