Colouring with alcohol pens – Part 3 and 4 (Clare Curd Crafts DT)

Hiya crafty friends,
Last weeks colouring of the hair

Welcome to the third and final part of my colouring with alcohol pens feature.

This week there are two videos for you on how I finished the colouring of the Gorjuss – New Heights stamps from Clare Curd Crafts.

The first video is how I colour skin. I struggled a bit with the card I used for these videos. I usually use card from my local craft store, which has always been great with my alcohol pens. I think they must have changed suppliers as this is not quite as good. If you have any recommendations please let me know as I am on the look out for another.

 
 
 
I absolutely love Gorjuss. She has to be my favourite character in a crafting range

The first video shows the skin coloring, and the colours I have used are:

Promarkers
Spectrum Noirs
Ivory
FS2 (132) Skin Tones
Satin
FS1 (26) Pastels
Coral
CR2 (139) Lights
Baby Pink (cheeks)
FS1 (26) Pastels
Part 3 – Skin
And here is how it looked after the dried, as they do tend to dry a shade or two lighter

The final part of the process was to colour the books, the shadow and then finally adding the finishing touches. The colours I used for these are:
Promarkers
Spectrum Noirs
Book 1

Leaf Green
CG3 (124) Brights
Lush Green
GT3 (57) Brights
Pine
JG2 (55) Brights
Book 2

Black
True Black (120) Essentials
Oatmeal
EB1 (109) Essentials
Caramel
Eb2 (169) Skin Tones
Book 3

Aubergine
PL5 (81) Purples
Oatmeal
EB1 (109) Essentials
Caramel
EB2 (169) Skin Tones
Book 4

Grass
GT2 (58) Brights
Lush Green
GT3 (57) Brights
Pine
JG2 (55) Brights
Book 5

Caramel
EB2 (169) Skin Tones
Cocoa
EB7 (99) Essentials
Book 6

Burgandy
DR7 (1) Reds
Book 7

Henna
EB6 (102) Darks
Satin
FS1 (26) Pastels
Outline
Ice Grey 1
IG (CGO.5) Cool Greys
Shadow
Ice Grey 1
IG (CGO.5) Cool Greys
Ice Grey 2
IG2 (CG1) Cool Greys
Ice Grey 5
IG6 (C65) Cool Greys
 Part 4 – books, shadow and finishing touches
And here she is, all finished
I hope you enjoyed my little video series.
See you next week

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