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October 10, 2014

HOW TO CREATE 3 DIFFERENT TEXTURES, USING A ONE COLOUR BLENDER PACK - LETRASET PROMARKERS & ANOTHER GIVEAWAY :)





Example with two colours

I can't believe it's that time already! Here's my next instalment for the fabby Letraset

Before I get started, just to let you know I have another 12 set of Promarkers up for grabs!

To be in with a chance to win this fab prize, please become a follower of my blog, that way, you can be sure to see my next Letraset blog instalment and be in with a chance for my next giveaway :)

Please also leave a comment below, on this post.

   You have two weeks to join in (closing date: 23.10.14 @ 23.55) and then I will get Mr random generator to pick a winner. I will let you all know, in my next Letraset post (on 24.10.14) who the lucky person is :)

So:
1.       Become a follower of my little blog (There are 3 ways to follow, you only need to do one)
2.       Leave a comment on this post

It’s as easy as that :)

**Want more chances to win** -If you want to be put into the draw twice, you can also comment over HERE on my Letraset post and I will include your name twice ;p
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This week I am using one of the fantastic single colour Promarker blending sets from Letraset. You get 5 different shades of the colour and a blender pen.


These blending sets are fantastic sets as all the work of picking the right colours to blend, is done for you.

Using this adorable Tiddlyinks Dragon, I will show how to create a shiny effect



A scaled textured effect with a soft look


And a more defined scale. (Same as the soft look but without using the blender pen!)




To help keep the video shorter some of the colouring is sped up :)

The card I use for my colouring projects can be found HERE: Marker Card

You can find it on you tube HERE or on the official Letraset channel HERE
or you can of course watch it below :)



Hope you have found this video useful and I hope you will enter my fab giveaway.

Don't forget to check out the blog for more amazing DT posts.

Thanks for popping in :)

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Hugs 
xx

27 comments:

  1. Luv this look!! a very cute image too..the close up was very helpful...I have a question does the blender pen have to be cleaned after each time you use it?????? I did leave a comment on the Leraset site...
    too soon for me to participate again in this giveaway....but want you to know I'm enjoying the videos

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    1. Hi Josie :) Nope the blender does not need cleaning after each use. You will find it doesn't really pick up much colour, unless you have a lot laid down, in which case it may tint the end slightly, If you are moving onto another colour and are worried the blender may transfer colour, just squiggle the blender onto some scrap paper until it comes out clear again. :) Hope this helps xx

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  2. I certainly need more practice at the blending - you have done a great job!

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  3. Another fab tutorial, thanks Sam! I've completely changed my colouring style since I watched your last vid, and the difference is HUGE! Just using the fine nibs makes so much difference (to my bank balance too, as I only had 3, so needed to do a mass order! lol). x

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    1. Hehehe thanks Sammy, so glad the vids are proving useful :) Hehehe sorrryyyyy about the nibs lol...I was the same, when I first used them I only had three and it became a mission to get as many as poss hehe. I still don't have a nib for every pen, but I do have a lot lol, but as I can swap them between pens, I can wait until I get a few more :) If you try this technique with the nibs on, you get even more texture, just bear in mind it will take longer to fill an area :) hugs xx

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  4. Fabulous Samantha, you are amazing, keep doing what your doing and you'll fly xxx
    Hugs Sandie xxx
    p.s. I've left a comment on Letraset for you too xx hugsxx

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  5. Thankyou Glennis, good luck and give this technique a try its much easier than it looks (and hopefully it doesn't look too difficult hehe) xx

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  6. Have just found your blog and become a follower-I LOVE my promarkers and will be following your fab tips thank you x

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  7. I have just left a comment on the Letroset blog, Great tutorial. Thank you for the chance to win.

    Teighan

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  8. Hi! awesome give away and colouring! :D
    I have also left a comment on the Letraset blog! :D I hope I win! :D <3
    xx

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  9. Its Hilde R. Johansen btw :) just using my blogname ^^

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  10. Awesome coloring and design as usual, hun. Thanks for chance to win!!! :D hehe

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  11. love the design, simple clear instruction, I am new to alcohol pens so need to learn a lot. Very inspirational. Well done : )

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  12. What a fab card. love the design

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  13. Your card is way cute, I love the simplicity of your design. Nice colouring and cute dragon too!

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  14. Oh Samantha, I always love to watch your videos, its help me a lot and this time it has totally clear visibility:))))
    Thanks for sharing this fab tutorial!!!! I don't have Promarker blender pen, Didn't get yet, so I face a little trouble to show some shine.
    I followed you through g+
    I really want to win this set and Thanks for the lovely chance!

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  15. FANTASTIC, love your little tutorial on how to ...love those promarkers and thanks for another chance to win.xxx

    The Journey is the Start

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  16. Thanks for another great video - I've watched all the ones on YouTube - great tips and an awesome giveaway!

    Jackie

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  17. Great little card. Fab image x

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  18. A beautiful CAS card and amazing coloring! I became your new follower,you´ve got a nice blog.Your video is great and very interesting,thank you for this.Never tried before Promakers,but coloring looks so lovely,can´t wait to try them!
    Thank you too for this chance to win these great markers,yeah.
    Hugs die waldfee

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  19. I also used my second chance,because you really inspired me.I love trying out new mediums,it´s always exciting.I enjoyed everything I read here on your blog,because today I´m very happy.It´s my 50th birthday and all my dears are celebrate it with me,
    hugs die waldfee

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  20. Hey Samantha, I'm your newest follower and I've subscribed to you on YouTube because I would like some inspiration and ideas on how to use promarkers. So thank you for sharing your tutorials. I love how you've coloured in your dragon! Thank you also for the chance to win a set of promarkers.
    I hope you visit me one time: http://ameliascreativejourney.blogspot.co.uk/
    See you again soon.
    Amelia xx

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  21. Thank you, for your comment on my blog. I love CAS cards and this yours is so beautiful! It's so beautifully coloured.
    Great give away, too. Would be nice to win promarkers. :-)
    Hugs, Aneta


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  22. Hi Samantha thank you for your lovely comment on my blog and just love the little guy you have coloured and a fabulous give away just love my promarker's
    Hugs Dianne xx :)

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  23. Lovely little dragon, the tutorial is great too x

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