maandag 15 september 2014

Art by Mi Ran Tutorial - Creating a scene behind a colored image

Hi all!

I have a very special post with you to share today, because this is the first official Art by MiRan tutorial!

I would like to show you all, how to create a little scene behind a coloured image. Believe me, this sounds harder than it is!


Supplies:
- Colored image 
(I used Stephanie brings a surprise, which is only available when you are subscribed to Through the Craft Room door Magazine)
- Ruler
- Copic Multiliner
- Grey, Green and Blue alcohol markers.


Take your ruler, and draw a horizontal line with your Copic Multiliner. Twist the image, and draw some oblique lines, to create a pavement.

 

 Accent the lines with a Copic Marker C7, and blend it out with C5 and C3. Now your pavement is
ready.

  


Start scribbling some bushes above the pavement with G46, and make some scribbles in the bushes too. Blend it out with your G43, and your bushes are finished.


  


Now we want to create a sky, so take your BG10 marker and draw some clouds. Blend them out on the outside line with your BG000. Do not blend inside the cloud. Now color the full sky with BG0000, and your background is finished 

And here is my finished card, and a close up of the image.
The papers I used for this card are by My Minds Eye. All edges are inked with Distress Ink Vintage Photo. The yellow ribbon is by Joy!Craftss. All flowers are by Wild Orchid Crafts, except for the large white ones, they are from Joy!Crafts.
I used the following Copic Markers:
Skin: E00, E11, E13, R20 for blush
Hair: E23, E25, E27
Dress: Y11, Y15, Y17, R81, R83, R85
Pavement: C3, C5, C7
Bushes: G43, G46
Sky: BG10, BG000, BG0000

 

This was it for today, I hope you all like it! If there are any questions about the tutorial, please ask!

Hugs, Sandra

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