Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Sea and Sky - Tutorial



See the card above?  This is one of my new images using the sea turtle.  I thought I would share a little trick I have been doing for a while to create a look of crashing waves or puffy clouds.  It isn't going to be an exact look but rather give the impressions.  it is also a blast to do!  Here is a step by step on how the look is acheived.








Giraffe - Coming Soon (DoveArt Studios)





16 comments:

Sheila said...

Wow stunning work. I adore the giraffe image too. X

Andrea Tully said...

Such a clever idea, now I just need to get an airbrush system, one day maybe. Stunning work!

Kathy Jo said...

Got the airbrush - now to break it out and play! Thanks so much!

Ellen Bornstein said...

Stunning work! Will have to give this technique a try but my airbrush skills verge on totally inept.

Beachsidelynn said...

Love this tutorial. Not sure about my airbrush skills, but will try. Thanks for sharing your beautiful talent.

Beth H. said...

This is so awesome! What a great result! Thanks for the tutorial.

Rae Ann said...

Love this! I struggle with the ABS but this will give me a chance to practice. Who knew a paper towel could create such lovely designs!

Debra Grace said...

Thanks for the tutorial! I always wondered how you did that exactly! I absolutely love it! I will definitely be trying this and calling you if I can't get it right! Haha

Gramma said...

All my stuff but books and copics are at home. So I guess I can't try this for awhile.
Hugz,
Gramma

Judy Sander said...

Wish I could afford a Copic airbrush, and I probably wouldn't use it often. There's another cheaper brand I saw, but wonder if it will be a waste of money quality wise???? It's called the Craftwell System. I know you are a Copic lady so no comment is expected. LOL Your coloring is amazingly perfect!

Cindy John 3:16 stampartistry.blogspot.com said...

~A~W~E~S~O~M~E~ tutorial...TY for sharing with us!!! :)

Bunny said...

Holy Snikeys! You are so creatively awesome. I, too, wish I had a Copic sprayer. Also, I learned that you actually can stir the Copic Opaque.

Pam Hornschu said...

Fabulous tutorial, Jenn!

Denise Goeldner said...

Mind blowing, fantastic tutorial, those backgrounds are fab, everything is coloured beautifully.

Karla Mahan said...

Impressive! Thanks for putting this together. Now I need a new tool, the Copic airbrush. Yay!

CherylQuilts said...

Absolutely gorgeous, Jennifer, and what an amazing result! Wow! I definitely have to work on this technique! Thanks for sharing and your wonderful inspiration! Hugs!