First in a new series of articles on “Coloring In” stamped images with various mediums, this Colored Pencil eArticle looks at how to use colored pencils (either wax-based or watercolor) with rubber stamps. We look at the choices you will make, using a global light source to create shading and highlights as well as dry and solvent blending techniques to make your stamped images look more realistic and dimensional.
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55 half-sized pages designed to view comfortably on your computer screen and also printable! (pdf version.) Color photos of technique steps. 13 beautiful stamp art examples of the techniques covered.
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