Video : Colour with ‘U’ – No lines again!

This time it’s ‘No Lines’ and Prismacolor Pencils, and a very clean and simple sympathy card (for the stash).  Can you believe that I’d forgot the goodness of twine, it so makes me happy.  I filmed today so you can watch the process.

You can see my video here or Watch it at Youtube.

with sympathy - Detail
with sympathy – Detail
with sympathy
with sympathy

You can find all these fab Penny Black products linked below.  Hugs

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Other Supplies:  Cardstock – Recycled. Copic Multiliner – 0.1mm. Prismacolor Pencils – White, Black, Eggshell, French Grey 50,70%, Warm Grey 20%, Goldenrod, Sand, Moss Green, Dark Brown, Light Umber, Putty Beige, Espresso. Twine.

22 thoughts on “Video : Colour with ‘U’ – No lines again!

  1. Your colouring is fantastic Therese, and the video very helpful, I might even give this a go myself now 🙂

  2. Wow, thanks to you I have made several cards using your shading technique. Now I SEE another wonder way to use color pencils … I must make myself realize I can stamp and not use black. Amazing. A truly beautiful quiet and subtle card. Thank you.

  3. I really love how this card turned out, Therese! I need to look through my bird images now to see how they would look with this technique…Thanks so much for sharing it with us!

  4. wow Therese, this is beyond stunning and I could watch you color for hours. It is just amazing how you made that little bird and scene come alive. beautifully done.

  5. This little bird is gorgeous, Therese and you’ve just introduced me to another new Memento color, thank you! I’d love to know more about the re-cycled paper one day?
    =]

    1. Hi Michele, I think PTI sell a kind of recycled cardstock, I’ve only ever found it at one shop here in Australia and now they have run out… it’s as rare as hens teeth so I cherish it and ogle it and hoard it lol. Hugs Therese

  6. What a lovely and soft card! The little scene is so beautifully colored! It was fun to see the shading done with colored markers! You make it look so easy…

  7. That was so helpful, Therese! I never know what to do with the really detailed, sketchy stamps so I just avoid them. The way you used the no-line technique is beautiful!

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