We have all been overwhelmed with the response to the fantabulous Spectrum Noir pens, and we are seeing so many amazing results from all of you out there.
I have been in-undated with requests for me to show you a landscape image coloured in with the Speccies, as we all affectionately refer to them now 🙂 – I did show this image and many others at the launch shows last weekend, but so many of you have asked to see it again (the original is still at the TV station!) – I’ve coloured you another one in today. I also thought I’d list the colours for you in case you want to have a go too 🙂
The stamp is from the Fabulous Ms Sheena Douglass, it’s one of her Sketchy’s – I love these stamps and think they look amazing coloured with the Speccies.
So here we go……
This is the full coloured panel and I love it, there are so many occasions I can think of to send a panel coloured such as this, hopefully you can see the fantastic depth of light and shade which is easily acheived with Spectrum Noir Pens.
So may of you were really interested in the sky, hopefully you can see here how I’ve achieved the beautiful deep summer blue sky and absolutely no lines.
A lovely subtle Cloud/Light effect has been created behind the trees with a light swoosh of the blender pen (chisel Nib) – below
Also a number of you have been in touch to ask me about bleeding, have a look at the two images above, and you will see no bleeding and I’ve used a good amount of ink so you can see for yourself 🙂
Ok – the colours I have used are all from the main 12 sets of 6 pens (so you can see the variety of styles you can achieve with just the 72 pens)
OK here we go:
Houses and path – essentials 109 for the base, skin 142 for depth, Essentials 169 for Shadow and Browns 100 for detailed shadow
Window – Essentials BG1 and BG5
Conifer’s – Green’s 163, 175 and 42
Hills bushes and hedges – Green’s 48, 43 and 51
Corn Field – 45, 37 and 33
flowers – dots from yellow’s 24, Pinks 15 and 8 and purples 81 and 83
Sky – 185, 144 and 183
The full range of Spectrum Noir Pens can be found at www.crafterscompanion.co.uk