Take a look at the next sketch from Freshly Made Sketches! This one is brought to us by the wonderful Rita Wright of Rita’s Creations. This is one of those that can be used as-is or flipped. Either is sure to be fantastic!
For mine, I kept the sketch horizontal but used a rectangle. You see, back when I got to go visit my friend Cindy Elam she showed me her techniques for watercoloring. I have to say that she is an actual artist. She draws the most beautiful things and has such talent. Of course it makes sense that her coloring would bring that artistry! She showed me how she colors this truck and gives it the nuances of light and shadow. While I’d love to take credit, all I did was mimic her work. Look at this card to see how she colored it. The truck is stamped in Soft Suede and then colored with more Soft Suede. I added some Cajun Craze for the apples and Night of Navy for the sky. Most of the work is done with a Blender Pen. I did use my Aqua Painter for a little extra blending of the sky. Rita’s sketch was the perfect showcase for this panel and I’m happy I finally found the right home for it.
The design team has created a lovely variety of cards with the sketch and you are sure to love them. I hope you will be able to join us on this one!
I hope to be back on Friday with a card I’ll be making tomorrow with my stamp club. It is loaded with Summer Smooches! Thanks for stopping in. See you again soon!
Stamp: Countryside; Paper: Watercolor, Soft Suede, Early Espresso, Naturals Ivory; Ink: Soft Suede, Cajun Craze, Night of Navy; Accessories: Big Shot, Square Lattice EF, Quilted Espresso Ribbon (ret), Antique Brads, Blender Pen, Aqua Painter