Thursday, June 20, 2013

WAKE UP! The DreamWeavers Rooster is Crowing

I am a huge rooster fan...or rather a fan of roosters so I went hunting on pinterest for roosters.  I saw this painting and loved the colors so thought that this would be my inspiration for week 3 of DreamWeavers Pinterest inspiration challenge on their blog HERE.



I used the Rooster stencil LG732 to create an outline of the image.  I used a Copic Multiliner pen as I knew I wanted to color it with my Copics.  I colored it in just like I would have a stamped image using Copic markers YR23, YR24,YR27,R46, R59, BG75, B34, B37, B39, and Y19.  I used Diamond Grid LJ882 to airbrush "chicken wire" on the background paper.  I cut out my rooster and layered it on the card.  Notice how I used the MayArts ribbon to look like barb wire...clever huh?  I love the versatility of the stencils.  Paste, airbrushing, "jentangling"...endless possibilities!!


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11 comments:

LynB said...

Love all the layering going on Jennifer! Super card and so colorful.

Alyce said...

fabulous jen! the colouring is amaazing as always :D

Cherylynn said...

Jennifer,

Your coloring is absolutely stunning! I love the layers and all the textures.

Jan Castle said...

Can almost hear this little guy!!! Great job!

Lynell Harlow / Dreamweaver Stencils said...

Wonderful in every way...that colorway has always been one of my favorites. And the embellishments add so much to this creation! Thanks for the inspiration Jenn.

Louise said...

Amazing! I love the colors and all the little details that make this fabulous!

Kristi Parker Van Doren said...

very pretty. love the blending job of colors

Caroline D. said...

Gorgeous and then more gorgeous!! The colors on the rooster are amazing. Love the extra details like the 'chicken wire' and yes the 'barbed wire' ribbon is super clever!

Laura Drahozal said...

I just love these bold colors! Wonderful work!

JD/ Jill said...

This card is fabulous! great coloring, and great details.

Pam Hornschu said...

I want you to teach me how you blend colors like these...so dissimilar and yet so perfect! Thanks so much for playing with us this month! Love you!