Friday, May 30, 2014

Just add Watercolour

Entering another challenge on the Just Add Ink site, this time, it is - just add water colour.

Using water colour paper I painted a rough background, blue sky at the top and green hills at the bottom. Then I stamped a tree skeleton and added leaves using a maker pen so that I could spread the colour with water and my brush. Next I stamped grass and small flowers, again spreading the colour. I added some colour to the hill to imitate a crop growing.Then created the hedge using a tall flower head stamp, stamped sideways several times. I spread the hedge colour with my brush and then add a little more colour for the green of the paddock. Finally I hand drew a few birds.

Cardstock: SU Gumball Green and Whisper White
Stamps: Image - Art Impressions    Sentiment: SU
Paper: DCWV
Ribbon: From stash

7 comments:

Nikki Spencer said...

Well aren't you the clever one..:0) This is so creative Kerry, love your shading and balance. Lovely to see you at Just Add Ink.

Trish *Spring Blossom* said...

Kerry this is beautiful! You've done a beautiful job at creating a serene setting on this card.

Trish
JAI Design Team

inkeverywhere said...

Wow this is a wonderful water colour panel. It must have taken you quite some time. I love how you have used all the different stamps and hand brushed parts to make it. Very very clever. Chantell JAI

Christine Blain said...

This is such a beautiful card, Kerry!! I love the scene you've created; it looks like it would have been very therapeutic, to make that piece of art. Lovely, earthy, colours to complement the watercoloured panel, too. Thanks for joining in the fun at Just Add Ink. x

KimB said...

Kerry the scene you created is just lovely and I love how it pairs up so well with the sentiment. Thanks for playing along with Just Add Ink this week.

Tina said...

Wow! Your watercolouring is amazing! I wish you'd posted a zoomed in photo of it so I could look at all the little details up close. Thanks for entering your masterpiece at Just Add Ink.

Kittie said...

Your watercolor scene is lovely and I love your colors.