Sunday, 7 May 2017

Aurora Wings - Petals in the Wind

For this image I decided to go monochrome, I used 3 copics in the same colour family and 4 prismacolor pencils again in the same family.  The image is so detailed that I thought the simpler the better.  Was a challenge but Im happy with how it came out.  I haven't used any embellishments at all as wanted the focus purly on the image.  Thanks for stopping by, Lynsey xx




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17 comments:

  1. Your colouring is very beautiful! Thank you, Lynsey, for joining us at Fabrika Fantasy this month! Good luck with your entry!
    There is an Anything Goes Contest with a free digi image in our Facebook Group currently, and we would love to invite you to join us there too.
    DigiClub - You can get as many images as you like

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    1. Thanks awesome thanks Dimitri will look it up now

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  2. Oh Lynsey, your coloring is absolutely exquisite on Mitzi's fabulous Petals in the Wind. The monochrome is definitely the way to go and your color choices sheer perfection. Love the CAS framing for your amazing work. Thanks so much for joining our "Frame It" challenge at Aurora Wings. xxD

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  3. Wow, this is a gorgeous creation, your coloring is amazing!! Thanks so much for playing in our Flowers challenge at The Paper Shelter this week. Hugs:) Audrey DT

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  4. This is truly a work of art Lynsey! The monochromatic colors add such elegance to this image. Thank you for joining our challenge over at The Paper Shelter. We hope to see you again!
    ~ Bonnie DT

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  5. Wow, Lynsey, I'm impressed by your coloring of this image...it is so beautiful and you are right: it doesn't need any embellishment!
    Thank you for joining us at Vilda Stamps.
    xxx Margreet

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  6. Wow this is a beautiful project Lynsey, your colouring is fabulous! Thanks so much for joining our Anything Goes Challenge at Polkadoodles
    Claire xx

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  7. Great coloring in sepia tones, Lynsey! I agree with you, the monochromatic approach looks beautiful on this image which is loosely done, yet with lots of details. The clean and sophisticated matting provides the perfect complement to your gorgeous coloring. Thank you for playing at Aurora Wings. Mitzi xx

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  8. Wow this is amazing work here. Great job. I love it.
    Thank you for sharing with us here today at World Wide Open Design Team Challenge and best of luck with your entry.

    Annette DT Registered Owners/Admin for World Wide Open Design Team Challenge


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  9. Wow, this is just Stunning and Absolutely Gorgeous! I Adore what you have created! Thank you for joining our Challenge over on the Vilda Stamps Challenge Blog! DT Mindy

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  10. What a super sweet project you have for us today, so well thought out and put together a fabulous Creation Beautiful in every way, we are so lucky you have entered our VILDA STAMPS challenge blog
    so beautiful to look at good luck hugs Tracy x

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  11. What a gorgeous make...Thank you for sharing with us at World Wide Open...And good luck..Hope to see you again soon..

    Caz x
    [Caz DT for World Wide Open DT Challenge]
    My Blog

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  12. Woow this is dreamy and elegant.. Love your colouring and sephia colour choice for her.. superb.. Thank you so much for joining our 49th challenge at Aurora Wings blog.. Hope you can join our next challenge.. and Good Luck ;) xx ~RoRa

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  13. Such beautiful colouring, love the sepia look, thanks for joining our Frame It challenge at Aurora Wings, Julie DT x

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  14. Hi Lynsey... wow, what for a great picture... I saw at the second time, that it is a card, at first I mean you made a wall picture... Wonderful color choice, love it. THANKS for sharing by VILDA STAMPS challenge blog. Hugs Ute

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  15. Wonderful. Thanks for joining us for our Anything Goes Polkadoodles Challenge

    Karon DT, Polkadoodles

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