Friday, April 26, 2019

Get well dog card | Scene Builder | Art Impressions Dog Kisses


Hey guys! This week I'm still creating with dog themed cards. I loved playing with the Doggy Kisses set and was inspired to create this homey scene with the little sick dog holding his teddy bear. 


I started with stamping the sick dog on a piece of Neenah Solar White 80lb cardstock. Then I sketched out the couch with Copics and colored everything in. I've been loving this orange and aqua color combination lately so I made the couch a yellow orange color and the pillow case and slippers aqua. I repeat these colors and add in a bit of the red and more gray through out too. 


Creating scenes like this one is so easy. After coloring the couch and dog I used a T-square to draw in the baseboards then colored the floor is cool grays. I used two of the smaller Hexagon Double Stitched dies to create some picture frames. I used the cut outs to stamp two more dogs to act as the photos. Those two had the best faces for this!  I colored those then adhered them in to their designated spots after attaching the main panel to a Neenah Solar White 110lb card base. I also colored around the outer edge of the hexagon cut out with several copics to colore the frame. For the final touches, I used the small paw print to frame the Dachshund image and stamped the sentiment with black ink. 


Copic Markers Used:
W9, W6, W3, W1, W0
C5, C3, C1
E81, E3, E34, E31
YR27, YR23, YR04
Y38, Y35, Y23, Y21, Y15, Y13
R83, R39, R27, R14
BG13, BG11, BG10
BV04, BV01

Ok guys that is it from me! Thank you so much for joining me today.

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