Friday, June 1, 2018

Watercolour Pencil Class #9 - Altenew Forever & Always'


I must start off by apologizing for the light reflecting off the top image. I took the photo twice, and each one had the same problem. The colours are off because of the light. And I apologizing for not trying again for a better photo. But those of you that go to Scrapbook Essentials BC will see the actual piece on display for this up coming class.

We are having more fun in this class with a variation on a previous technique we had, and a new one.


WATERCOLOUR PENCIL CLASS #9

ALTENEW ‘FOREVER & ALWAYS’
WHEN: Wednesday, August 8th
TIME: 6:00 - 9:00 (note longer class time)
COST: $30 + GST

 To register for this class, contact Stacey at sbebc2011@gmail.com  or  778-533-4290

For this class we will be working two different styles. We have painted stamped images with embossed images. In this class we will do a bleeding image with no image lines showing, and then heat emboss in silver over the painting. It has a different look and does not fade the shine of the metallic heat embossed image.

In our second image from the stamp set, we will learn how to create a more fantasy-like image by using colours not actually a part of natures spectrum, like adding blue and purple in the greenery, and flowers. We will also learn how to make colours run.

Hope you will enjoy this class. It will be fun!


BRING TO CLASS: Your watercolour samples form the introductory class if you have them, a notebook and pencil is always good to have, all of your watercolour pencils, your painting board, washi tape, Aqua brushes or regular brushes, water mister, heat tool, paper towel, jar of water, and if you have some watercolour paper – it would be helpful for testing out techniques.

This is the stamp set we will use for this class. If you wish to have one for yourself you can order it from Stacey.


For the fist piece we will paint, it will look like this before we heat emboss it with silver.



The second image will be fun as we use unusual colours throughout as we dab colours from the image into the leaves and flowers.


On each of these images I used the Spectrum Noir Clear Sparkle pen on the just the flowers. Looks great in real, and makes the second image seem even more fantasy like.

See you in class!


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