Today was all about playing with my Inktense pencils. I love these pencils and never use them enough, yes its a little more work than the Zigs but just look at this card. Inktense pencils are produced by Derwent and are not cheap. But a little bit of colouring goes a long way.
Today I coloured in half a dozen projects but will just share this one with you today. With this one I chose a number of pencils going through the colour ranges and of course I like bright and light so thats what I picked out. Then I got each pencil and coloured a line of colour onto watercolour card stock, till I went through the colours I had out.
I then wet a paint brush and went over the pencil to wet and blend. These will come together quite nicely with complimentary colours.Once dry I felt it wasn't bright enough so this time I wet the brush and picked up colour from the pencil and brushed over each colour to make it heavier.
In this instance I have used the negative from the die cut and a strip of the Inktense pencil colours underneath. The top layer is glued straight on top of the coloured section and I finished off with a selection of Lucy's sequins attaching colours close in match to where they are attached and stamped the sentiment using the Misti so I could stamp more than once if it wasn't clear.
Tomorrow I will post using the actual die cuts done in different colours and will also do more on Inktense Pencils for those interested.
I think this works for your challenge but please let me know if not and I will remove.
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