Blendabilities: Part II

I’m experimenting more with Blendabilities, the awesome new alcohol markers soon to be available to customers (and available NOW to demonstrators!)  I wanted to explore how they function purely as coloring tools.  I put them to the test with one of my favorite line art stamp sets:

Maui Stamper Blendabilities for the Birds

  • Stamps:  For the Birds, Work of Art
  • Color Palette:  Daffodil Delight, Costal Cabana, Basic Black, Whisper White
  • Accessories:  Basic Black 1/8″ Taffeta Ribbon, Coastal Cabana Thick Twine, Stampin’ Dimensionals, and Blendabilities in Old Olive, Daffodil Delight, Coastal Cabana, Rich Razzleberry and Cherry Cobbler.

Just as I did with my flower from a few days ago, I stamped my image a few times and then played with the Blendabilities.  I love to color!  I just wanted to see what would happen with different colors and approaches.

Maui Stamper For The BIrds with BlendabilitiesMaui Stamper For The BIrds with Rich Razzleberry BlendabilitiesMaui Stamper For The BIrds with Daffodil Delight  BlendabilitiesMaui Stamper For The BIrds with Costal Cabana  Blendabilities

The short answer is that these markers are a coloring delight.  I didn’t attempt to shade “within the lines” but used a single color for each defined space.  I did use the light, middle and dark tones of the markers to create contrast, in this case between wing and body.  No streaking, beautiful, even coverage, and gorgeous color.  I’m hooked.

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