I had a long weekend full of creativity, I posted this cute Cupid Tilda from the Love Collection 2009. Colored it with Copic all in hot and spicy reddish brownie hue: Skin E02 E00 E000 R20 Hair Y21 E97 E99 Dress YR21 E15 E19 Bow and Arrow E53 R20 E15 Paper from Chatter Box, they came in this lovely 2 sided DP, so it's a bargain and I don't have to look for lots of paper in same color theme. I cut heart shape, make bows from a bronze ribbon and glue Tilda on top of it.
I still have the afternoon left so I make another one. This time using Edwin Hood and Tilda Marion from the Fairytales collection 2010. Colored with copic and this time with blue and green+brown Simon's challenge color theme.
Edwin Hood Skin E11 E00 E000 R20 Hair Y21 YR21 Shirt and Hat G40 G82 G99 Pants and Shoes E53 E15
Tilda Marion Skin E02 E00 E000 R20 Hair E53 E25 E29 Dress G40 G82 G99 B91 B93 B97 Rose R83 R85
Tag from Heavenly Tags with sentiment in my handwriting Paper from American Craft, Pink Paislee and stash.
At first, the thought of coloring using only black and white really scared me, and then the MDUC give this week challenge black/white plus one.... so I give it a try.
I don't have gray copic, so I figure why not using what I have all this time: ordinary school coloring pencils (yup, that's right). Mine came in 3 shades of gray, and I use them all for coloring sweet Tilda.
So without further ado...
Tilda from Raising the Ceiling collection Cardstock from American Craft and from stash Flowers are Primas Ribbon also from stash Sketch is from Sketch Saturday
This time I use Tilda with flowing hair from the Hoppy Easter 2010 collection and one of the tag from Heavenly Tags.
Skin E11 E00 E000 R20 Hair, Shoes, Basket E53 E25 E29 Dress, Tag G40 G82 G99 Flower R81 R83 Paper: American Craft and Pink Paislee For the round I got the idea from Jacque using doily Butterfly punch from Carl Green velvet ribbon and a jewel tassel from stash.