Saturday, 11 May 2013

Second and Third Whimsy Girl Canvas's :)

First up is my second Canvas using Echo Parks Yellow side of a Paper called  Sunshine  from the Splash Collection and strip of  paper from the same Collection Called Big Dots. I used my Black Sukura Pen to add false stitching. 

For the Whimsy Girl I drew her out on to lined paper and once happy with her I traced her on to Cardstock and coloured her in with Promarkers. For the Eyes I used Kaisercraft Black Acrylic Paint to colour the main Eye, Eye Lashes and Eye Brows and The Kaisercraft White Acrylic Paint to add the White dots. 

For the Sides I used the Zig Zag Side of the paper called Big Dots  from Echo Parks Splash Collection and the Zig Zag side from a paper called Sailing from a paper collection called Under The Sea by Three Bugs in a Rug.

I do feel this Canvas needs something else besides the glitter. Thinking Black edging like on my first Canvas, but fear I may ruin it if I do anything else. 

My Third Canvas started off with a Yellow Paper with Stars on from a 6x6 paper pad by K & Company which seemed to be school themed. I used a Black Sukura Pen to go round each of the Stars so they stood out and then I used a Green Dotted Side strip of paper called Rad Plaid from Echo Parks Little Boy Collection. And again used a Black Sukura Pen to go down each of the sides to make it stand out more. 

I used the sane tracing technique to draw out my Whimsy Girl and Coloured her in with Promarkers and The Kaisercraft Black Paint again for the Eyes, Eye Lashes and Eye Brows and White Paint for the dots. 

For the sides I used another sheet from the K & Company Paper Pad and some more of the Zig Zag paper called Sailing from Three Bugs in a Rug. Can you Tell I love this paper as I have used it for all three Canvas's so far. :) Think I need to add some Black edging but will see. They look rather good all sat together and I like how each of the Girls look to have a different personality.

Watch this space for a forth Whimsy Girl Canvas as I think one more will make the collection Complete. I have Her drawn out ready in my Lined paper pad so just a case of transferring her to card stock and letting the colouring and creation flow. 







5 comments:

Lisa-Jane said...

These are great! Thank you for visiting my blog as part of the Onwards and Upwards hop. It was lovely to see you there!

MiniOwner said...

Oh wow! These are fab!
Sue x

sue jones said...

fab bright colours and such fun :)

Claireliz said...

They're FAB!
C xx

Eleni Gratsia said...

Love the bright colouring ... really lovely work Tracey!!!