Well Hello lovely Unies!
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For your viewing pleasure, I have created a little No-Line coloring tutorial using the stamp kit Violet Girl. I just love her face and braided hair! So, you may be asking... "What is the no-line coloring tutorial in which you speak? " Well, it's just a way in which you color your image that give the appearance that there are little to no stamped line. Gives it that hand painted look. In reality, I like this technique because it makes me appear to be a semi-decent artist, when all I do is color in the lines! Sneaky right? Just keep in mind when selecting your image of choice that the key to a successful no-line technique is maintaining detail.
I next painted Violet Girl paying close attention to my water control. You don't want everything blending together giving it a muddled appearance. Remember, to let things dry so the pigment doesn't run together.You may lose some detail, but that's ok. Just keep the main details defined. You can see, I may have lost some of the details of the flower, but for an image of this size it works.
After I colored Violet girl, I added some texture to the surrounding paper by using a Tim Holtz stencil #THS006 and some Smoked Gray distress ink. Lastly, . I used an old 6x6 pad by My Mind's Eye called "The Sweetest Thing".
It's a pretty basic card, but I wanted to demonstrate how easy this look is to achieve!
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