Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Challenge #128 White on Black

Hmmm.......not my favorite, but I am willing to spend time with it. I have many new supplies I would like to try out so now is as good a time as any.

First tile I find to busy although I realize some of you may like it.


Signo Angelic pen (I thought I had ordered White but got Angleic, not sure if it is the same) White gelly roll for dots (I think it does a better job at dots) blue and peach chalk pastel pencil in Zinger and a light gray pastel pencil for shading in Printemps and Punzel

               After scanning it I added black lines over the Angelic signo pen to add a little depth.



This second tile I like better for it's simplicity and and it's foggy ocean feel.




Verve in White Signo, Pearls are white gelly roll and shading is in dk gray chalk pastel pencil.

16 comments:

  1. these tiles are really beautiful. I love the subtile use of the blue color

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  2. I like all of these in all their variables. I thought the first one was good. And the second. And then the third one just blew me away.

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  3. I love the zinger accents in color

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  4. Lovely work, esp the second one with the ocean feel, very effective.

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  5. Yup, you're right. I do love the first tile. But I love the second one too. Great job.

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  6. I do love the second one! It's quite hypnotic!

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  7. All are lovely! Especially I like the first one. Your Punzel is great!

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  8. I love how you used the black pen over the light shading - what a great idea! Your little bit of color really adds to the design so nicely. The second one is so Japanese looking! Really beautiful!

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  9. Beautiful! My fave is the second one :)

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  10. I like the first tile. I think the line work is great and I like the highlighting. I think the Angelic pen has a slightly smaller nib. I prefer it over the regular Uniball pen.

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  11. What a great idea to use the black ink on top of the white areas. Very nice work!

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  12. I actually like the stripes in the second one. The waves are really neat!

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  13. Your white on black tiles turned out beautifully. I honestly don't know which I like best, but I like the black ink on top of the white. It added some depth and interest to it. Your verve tile does look very much like a foggy day on the waves to me. Nicely done!

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  14. Nicely done Debra! Punzel is one of my favourites, and looks great done in white on black. I do like the added in black lines for depth. Nice subtle colour too. But, I LOVE your Verve! Great tangle for white on black, and you have done wonderful even lines and subtle shading that give it a subtle rolling wave feeling.

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