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Wednesday, 13 August 2014

A foxy 'flicking' tutorial for Spectrum Noir

Hello to everyone.  I hope this finds you well.  I had such fun colouring the Fox image from Oak Pond Creations and had such fabulous feeback on the colouring of this image.  I would like to share a step by step tutorial on colouring animal fur using the 'flicking' technique, as my monthly tutorial for Spectrum Noir.  I have used the sweet image Fox Family from Oak Pond Creations.



List of materials used to make this card:

Image Fox Family from Oak Pond Creations.
Spectrum Noir markers and pencils used are listed in the tutorial.
DP and card from my stash.
Fran-tage - Shabby Blue.
Ribbon, bling and flowers from my stash.
Sentiment is computer genterated and cut with a tag die.


Thank you so much for taking the time to read this post and look at my card.

Sending hugs to all from,




X

27 comments :

Jane Savage said...

Amazing, Laine! Their fur looks incredible! xx

Cumbrianlass said...

A Gorgeous card Laine, just want to stroke him your flicks are so perfect.
Janet xxx

Linda Simpson said...

Fabulous flicking technique on this Laine, Loving your card and the image.
Hugs
Linda xxx

Tracy said...

Laine you know I totally adore this, so much texture and such a lovely card xxx

Doreen said...

This is just gorgeous,a fabulous image and details.xxx

Sarah said...

Brilliant card Laine and an even brillianter tutorial!! xx

KraftyKoolKat said...

This is so awesome Laine, the fur looks like you could stroke it.
Hugs
Cathy
xxxx

julie_woolston said...

Absolutely beautiful Laine, love the image and beautiful papers and design.
Hugs Julie xxx

KarinsArtScrap said...

this is gorgeous Laine and stunning coloring also a great design.
Gr Karin

Marleen Gallagher said...

I love this. colours are beautiful and the image really cute.
Marleen xx

Pia S said...

You color this fox family so well, their furs look so real! Really impressive!

rita rooney said...

brilliant colouring, love the card.x

Veerle said...

Oh Laine, this card is a dream. I love foxes so I really love this image. And your colouring is stunning. I went over to read your tutorial, for me since english is not my mother language it would be better to see it in a YouTube film since I don't understand everyting exactly. Is flicking a swipe motion you make, from the edge towards the middle ?
I did understand a lot though and found it a very good tutorial.
Love, Veerle xxxxx

Kate M said...

This is stunning - great flicking fur technique!! Your colouring is fabulous - great project!
xx

Anne Fenton said...

Wow this is so adorable, great coloring, looks amazing. Thank you for joining TTCRD this week.

Judith Taylor - Wright said...

Laine this is super gorgeous hun fantantic colouring hugs Judith x

Holley (Tondre) Barnhart said...

wow, that coloring technique is just stunning! Love it.

Wendy McCarthy said...

Incredible Laine! Beautiful shiny fur and a lovely card altogether. Xx

Jennifer Bradley said...

I am in awe of your colouring it really does look like fur you are such a talented lady xx

Sylv said...

Love the cute foxes, so beautifully coloured.

Sylv xx

Laine said...

Hi Veerle Yes flicking is a colouring techniqe where a light stroke of colour is applied to the image in one direction, usually from edge to middle and you lay down layers of colour. I have not progressed to making YouTube films as yet. Perhaps one day.
Crafty hugs from
Laine. xxx

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Cheremane said...

This is stunning Laine xx

Gwyneth said...

Wonderful card. You are so tallenged at colouring.

Gina Knott said...

Wow Laine this is fabulous!! Your colouring is absolutely beautiful and your tutorial is so clear and easy to follow. Gorgeous card too!
Hugs
Gina x

Erin Bentley said...

Hi Laine, Wow those foxs are adorable, beautiful colour and lovely design.

Hugs Erin x

Avril Ann said...

Stunning, Laine, beautiful image, fabulously coloured, love the LO and Papers, hugs xx

Deanne Clarke-Saunders said...

Gorgeous card!!! Thanks so much for participating in our {PIN}SPIRATIONAL challenge!! Hope to see you again for our next challenge!!
~DEANNE~
A Little Bit O' Paper