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Tuesday, 7 February 2012

MCC Colouring 101 Wk 4 - Negative Space & More Fantasy Colouring

Links: Previous Post i, Previous Post iiGlenda Waterworth, My Creative Classroom (MCC)

from my sketchbook

It is about 5 months since I posted my last piece of work for the Colouring Course but I am determined to complete it & have been chipping away at the assignments whilst working on projects with deadlines.

Digital Image Glenda Waterworth; 
Cardstock WH Smith 220gsm edged with Aged Mahogany Distress Ink;
Colouring Faber-Castell Polychromos Pencils with a dry paper stump.

 Stamp Chocolate Baroque UDLSP0304 Christmas Decorations;
Inks Memento (Danube Blue, Paris Dusk, Bahama Blue & Summer Sky);
Cardstock Southfield Bright White 160gsm;
Colouring Faber-Castell Polychromos Pencils.

 Digital Image Glenda Waterworth;
Cardstock WH Smith 220gsm edged with Vintage Photo Distress Ink;
Colouring Faber-Castell Polychromos Pencils.

Digital Image Glenda Waterworth;
Cardstock WH Smith 220gsm edged with Black Soot Distress Ink;
Colouring Faber-Castell Polychromos Pencils.
Golden Dragon Scales 

Digital Image Glenda Waterworth;
Cardstock WH Smith 220gsm edged with Black Soot Distress Ink;
Colouring Faber-Castell Polychromos Pencils with paper stumps & Sansodor.


jackiescrafts said...

These look really good Paula, I especially like the "thistle" the colouring on that is fantastic. Your dragon scales and cobble stones have great depth to them and your dragon looks lovely and rounded

Jackie x

Lorraine said...

oh wow Paula your colouring with these pencils is amazing you should be so proud and it really shows your true ability on the grey cobble stones hun fantastic i do love the stamps you have been using from Glenda and chocolate Baroque stamps they are lush xx

brenda said...

I really admire your determination to stick with your course Paula, it's so easy to fall by the wayside.

Some lovely pieces shared today, for me the holly piece really ticks the boxes, just stunning.

B x

Aquarius said...

You have been busy catching up with the colouring - great work

Elizabeth Allan said...

Paula your eye for detail shows in your work. Gorgeous shading and highlights on all your projects!

xxxtglxxx said...

Fantasy images are my favourite Paula, I guess its because there are no rules! LOL! :)

Your colouring with pencils is so impressive, I always think it takes much more patience and accuracy to use this media, it seems to take me ages when I try to colour with them.

Glad you are keeping your hand in with your course, the results are so well worth it hun! :)



kath said...

wow paula...lots of gorgeous colour work...stay warm and cosy...hugs kath xxx

saturated canary said...

ohhh...loveeee that horse! the blue and yellow really pop off each other! so magical!!

agree with Elizabeth...your eye for the smallest details is what makes your work unique and beautiful!

always a treat, my friend! xx


Elaine said...

Hi Paula,
It's great to see that you are still working away with the colouring course.
A fabulous selection of colouring, I particularly like the dragon scales and cobblestones, because of the depth you've achieved with your colouring..excellent Paula.
I really wish I could find some spare time to do a course like this myself.
Love Elaine xx

Deborah Frings said...

Paula - thanks so much for sharing your work - it's fabulous! I love the holly and berries - really beautiful! At some point I'll have to do this course!

Glenda said...

Well done Paula for continuing with the exercises and it sure is paying off. I can tell you have learned such a lot and it gives me a real thrill to see the work of one of my star pupils!