Hello friends! Erum here, sharing an Artist Alcohol Marker coloring on special request! I have colored the Paint-A-Flower: Dahlia Bright Eyes again in two tones.
Two-Tone Artist Alcohol Marker Coloring
- Stamp the Paint-A-Flower: Dahlia Bright Eyes on Crest Solar White Cardstock in Permanent Black Ink.
- Use Artist Alcohol Markers to color the image starting with the flower centers in Yellow Ochre and Butternut Markers. Use the bullet tip for this.
- Next, use the Dark Night Alcohol Marker's bullet tip to fill in the spaces between the flower center.
- Then use the brush tip to add flicks on the petals where you want to add shadows and depth.
- After this, use Nimbus Artist Alcohol Marker and extend the previously added strokes.
- Repeat the same using Cloudy Sky Artist Marker.
- Then blend the pigment with Misty Morning Alcohol Marker. Make sure to leave a bit of white portion to add pink color.
- Now add Rose Quartz Artist Marker strokes on the blank areas or wherever you want to.
- Use Dark Night Alcohol Marker to add specks/dots of different sizes on the petals.
- Then, use the white pen from the Must Have Gel Pen Set to add white dots to the flower center in a dome shape.
- For the stems, use Espresso, Mocha, and Sand Dunes Artist Alcohol Markers.
- Use a T-ruler to draw a line and cut along the floral image.
- Cut two thin strips out of Pink Brilliance Glitter Cardstock and layer it behind the image panel on either side.
- On Navy Cardstock, swipe Frayed Leaf Pigment Ink Pad and heat set.
- Then swipe the Forest Glades Pigment Ink Pad and heat set.
- Adhere the image panel onto the Navy Cardstock with Instant Dimension Foam Tape.
- Use Rose Quartz Marker to color over Satin White Sequins and adhere them onto the card front.
- Stamp the sentiment in Obsidian Ink and adhere the strip with Instant Dimension Foam Tape.
Video: Artist Alcohol Marker Coloring
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