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Creating Texture for Alcohol Marker Coloured Fur

Laine Web created an amazing tutorial for  the newest issue of Creative Cardmaking Magazine, and was kind enough to let us share ti with you here!

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Here is how she created this adorable card:

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1. Stamp your image onto Neenah Solar White Card and colour with your Spectrum Noir markers. I have used small flicking motions to create the appearance of fur. Colour only the portion of the image where you wish to add texture detail as the blending solution will remove ink from any area that it is applied to.

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2. Scrunch or pinch the flannel as shown in the picture to create a small working area. Apply a few drops of Spectrum Noir Blending Solution to the flannel and lightly press onto the image. Hold for a few seconds. Repeat this application until the fur on your image appears textured. Once the Blending Solution is dry you can re-apply for further definition.

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3. When you are happy with the effect you have created you can then colour the rest of your image.

For a closer look at the the materials Laine used on this project, click on the links below:


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