Thanks, Sabrina, for the wonderful challenge...I had so much fun doodling on the lanterns in the background!!! The background was stamped with Pistachio Pudding, colored with Copics, and then I traced on all the lanterns and flags. After I worked so hard on the first flower lantern trying to trace all the lines just so, I gave up and just started a little freestyle....I felt such freedom...LOL!!! The little Japanese girl was colored with copics and the ribbon finishes it off. I have no idea what Ni Hao means...I hope it's rated PG!!!! TFL!!
Registered: April 6, 2005 Location: Stuarts Draft, Virginia Posts: 14311
Mon, Sep 23, 2013 @ 8:48 PM
Wow, your doodled lanterns make such a fabulous and fun BG! I was curious and googled the sentiment...it means hi or hello in Chinese. :-)
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Registered: July 27, 2007 Location: Dublin, Ireland Posts: 75445
Mon, Sep 23, 2013 @ 11:26 PM
Way to go with the free-style doodling, Joan! I think that's why I found this technique helped me - I always reckon that if I could draw I wouldn't need such a big stamp budget, but when I have an outline to work with that helps me so much. Your lanterns are so festive looking and your little Japanese girls so pretty. The soft colour scheme is gorgeous.