Friday, February 23, 2018

No Line Coloring Featuring IndigoBlu + Inkon3 Fadeout Ink

Hey folks! 

In today's video I'm showing you how I do No Line Coloring on a more complex image. I'm going to be using a couple of new (for me) products. I'm using the IndigoBlu Poppycock Stamp Set and the new Inkon3 Inks. 

Neither of these products were sent to me to review. I purchased them with my own money. All statements and opinions are mine and mine alone and are not necessarily shared by each company. I am not being compensated for this post in any way. However, below is my usual on the affiliate links I do use.

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You can watch the video on how I made my cards HERE. You can also click on the thumbnail link below.



I recently picked up the POPPYCOCK Stamp Set from IndigoBlu. It's a cling stamp, which is not something I typically use, but I was intrigued by the detail in the stamps. I'm a sucker for anything floral, so there is that as well. I feel these stamped beautifully, the cling on them was perfect and the rubber was excellent quality.

This is a detailed image on it's own, but I'm out of my mind, so I thought I'd step it up a bit and try out the new Inkon3 FADEOUT Ink. This ink is designed specifically for No Line Coloring. the idea is that it takes on whatever color you put over it and you can't see it. I know some dye ink, even light colored ones can change the color you use. This one really doesn't.


I stamped my images on Neenah SOLAR WHITE Cardstock using my MISTI Stamping Tool. I talk more in the VIDEO about using the MISTI and why I use it.

I could totally see this done in colored pencils such as POLYCHROMOS, but I really love this combo of red COPIC'S for poppies. I have those listed below.

If an image this complex is a little intimidating for you to color folks, you could stamp this in Hero Arts INTENSE BLACK Ink and color it in as usual.


When I do cards like this, I keep things to a minimum when I finish it off. For this card, I used a Sakura BLACK and CLEAR Gelly Roll Pen to stipple the center of the Poppy as well as the dots around it. To add just a wee bit of sparkle, I added some Sakura STARDUST Pen to the center and some Nuvo CLEAR Glitter Gloss to the highlights of the flowers and leaves.

That's it!

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Until next time!

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