Here's another of the chevron designs. I posted one yesterday (my first attempt); this is my second attempt.
I used more water to soften the tones and ended up with this soft pastel look. My hand strokes are a little better than the last one (still lots of room for improvement), but I was surprised how much more relaxed I was with my second attempt. I made a full card front, cutting it in half to have a smaller panel for today's card. This is more my usual CAS style :) ... plus I still have another half panel to make into a card at a later date.
I'm still working on techniques from Day One and inspiration from Day Two. I hope to start my Day Three lessons soon, but I'm already falling behind. :) I'm not going to rush this course, and just work at my own pace.
Thanks for following along as I learn new things. :)
One other quick note. I've lost many followers the last couple of days ... guess Google is doing their "thing". If you aren't getting my updates in your blog roll, please consider following me again. Thanks! xx
Stamps: Fun Birthday Seniments (Happy Little Stampers)
Paper: White card base (Neenah); Watercolour Paper (Arches 140 lb. cold press)
Ink: New Gamboge and Alizarin Crimson watercolour paints (Winsor & Newton); Gold ink (Delicata)
Accessories & Tools: 1/2" flat brush, Little Leaves die (Sizzix)