Saturday, September 21, 2013

Color, Color and more Color

This is my second entry for the Color, Color, Everywhere Challenge; #136 from the Diva, Laura Harms. Her challenges are diverse and, of course, challenging goes without saying. If you visit her site, you will not only find out about the challenges and get to see all the amazing responses, but you can try your hand at the latest one. Just click on this link, and you will be magically transported to Laura Harms' iamthediva

This week's challenge is to use color; a little or a lot. As I said above, this is the 2nd one I've done. It's similar, but not exactly like, one of the tiles I did for the Tipple Challenge. I just really liked it and thought it would look good in color. So I used the same patterns: Tipple and Flux, and added a bit of Antidots; but laid it out on a slightly different String. 
I have just been reading LeeAnn Denzer's Coloring Tutorial, and used some of her ideas here.  Thank you, LeeAnn. I did the drawing with the 01 and 03 Micron pens, used my Prismacolor pencils in Spring Green, Olive Green and Mulberry, and then partially overlaid all of it with True Blue. I really like the effect; I hope you do, too.


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    2. Thanks, Anne. Since I'm a Purple Person, those colors just happened.

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  2. Your use of color is absolutely gorgeous here--well done.

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    1. Thank you, Kim. I'm glad you like it. The credit all goes to LeeAnn.

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  3. Love to see how Flux embraces Tipple :-) And indeed very nice colours!!

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    1. Thanks, Anneke. I really love Flux and Tipple together, too.

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