Sunday, 18 October 2009

Distress Ink Tutorial Part 2



Thanks for all your lovely comments on Part 1 of this Tutorial on the post below, here is the final installment, not such a long one this time!!!

Colouring the Spoon

The first thing to do is image where the light would hit the spoon this gives your colouring depth,
I have chosen the top of the spoon and the middle, as in all the previous colouring you start by laying down a layer of ink on the image, Tea Dye and Old Paper have been used for the spoon.



Spread your ink with small circular strokes, remembering to clean your brush as you go, it should end up looking like this.



Hair

Lay down a thin line of Frayed Burlap to the hairline next to the scarf and the face.



Remove all traces of ink from you brush and very carefully with small strokes spread the ink out leaving a light area between the top and bottom hairline



Now add just the smallest amount of ink to both areas and around the edge of the hair near the face


Here is how it should look when you have completed all your colouring.



This final step may be difficult to see on the photo but it really important to make your image stand out, using Old Photo ink (the smallest amount possible on the brush) just draw a tiny line around the outline of the face hair, apron and spoon. Then pick up a small amount of Worn Lipstick mixed with Tea Dye and so the same on the Dress, Shoes and Scarf


And Finally the finished card.



I have distress the lovely Magnolia Paper and used Worn Lipstick around the edge, the lush pink papers are Bo Bunny from The Hobby House, and all the roses are from Wild Orchid Crafts, I have also used the most stunning cream lace that I bought from Tab at Tabby Crafts. Hope you like this and have found the tutorial helpful. Enjoy your Sunday we have the most glorious sunny day here, bright and crisp just how I like it

Thanks for looking
Hugs
Jacqui xx

22 comments:

Desire Fourie said...

Thanks for sharing Jacqui. Its also a gloriuous day here in Johannesburg, but quite warm as we are heading towards the middle of summer.
Hugs
Desire

Liz's creative corner said...

Wow Jacqui, thanks for your helpful tips, your colouring is perfect xx

Hugs Liz xx

Terry Oulboub said...

Jacqui, your card is beautiful; love the pinks. I just took a Copics class and then came across your blog with painting techniques that are so amazing. You are an artist and I can dream about that world - so glad you have a blog that allows me to gander into that beautiful sphere. I love all the talent there is out there - isn't it just grand? *sigh*

Scrappymax said...

Thank you so much for sharing Jaquie, these tutorial have been really helpful as I love how you do your distressing and now feel a bit more confident to try (not that I will ever be as good as you!!).
Max x

Jacqueline's Weblog said...

What a beautiful card Jacqui, really super! Thank for the tutorials.
Hugs Jacqueline

Pati said...

OMG Jacqui, you are sooo talented! You definitely deserve my respect! Thank you for sharing the tutorials.
Your finished card is a dream!

BIG hugs and take care
Pati

Biscuitlid said...

great card and wondeful tutorial, I see so many cards made with distress inks and often wonder how they are made

Thanks for sharing

Victoria
x

Trudy said...

Fabulous card Claudia!
Such a sweet image and your paper and detail are gorgeous!
hugs Trudy

mar1ene said...

Gorgeous, delicious sweetie, love it :)
Hugs, Marlene x

Tracey said...

Wow! You make it look so easy! This is a gorgeous card Jacqui!! xx

Jackie Thomas said...

What an amazing tutorial. You are very talented indeed. Thank you for sharing Jacqui, it looks amazing. xo Jackie

Danni said...

Thanks for sharing the "rest" of the coloring tutorial. Very nice!
The end result is gorgeous!

Maria said...

Wonderful tutorial. Your colouring is wonderful. I will have to give this technique a try and although you make it look so easy, I'm sure will have to practice loads and loads. Thanks so much for sharing. Hugs, Maria

PatR said...

Brilliant Jacqui, thank you for the tips. The card is fantastic too.
We had a lovely sunny Sunday too
hugs, Pat xx

Little Moos and My Creative Pink. said...

Jacqui, thank you for this tutorial. I need to buy a few more inks and then I am going to give this a try.

Your work is beautiful!
Christina

Kreativmonster said...

I will try colouring with distress as soon as possible! Thank you so much, I am shure, it took a lot of time to "build" this tutorial, but it is really wonderfull!

stardustgemsandribbon said...

Fabulous tutorials Jacqui and perfectly explained...thanks for sharing.
Hugs
Carole x

stardustgemsandribbon said...

Fabulous tutorials Jacqui and perfectly explained...thanks for sharing.
Hugs
Carole x

ELLY said...

A great tutorial, I'm certainly going to give it a try , but I think I will not get the results like you. Your image and your card are SUPER!!!!!
hugs, Elly (Holland)

vartig12 said...

Thanks SO much for sharing!!! I'll try it out! So far I've been using water pencils! I must buy some more distress colors!!!PLEASE do some more tutorials on coloring!!!
Love from Greece!
Vicky
http://vartig12.blogspot.com/

patriziawithaz said...

Thank-you for your tutorials Jacqui - I need all the help I can get !!

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