Baby dragons

Baby dragons

These baby dragons are just too adorable. They were created as homework for the critters lesson in a Copic course, but it wasn’t fair to leave them languishing in my PHD box for too long. So I created a blended Distress ink background for them (love that wilted violet) and sat them on a sentiment banner.

I coloured them when I did Sandy Allnock’s Copic Jumpstart class last summer — the class now lives over at Art Classes with her other classes, including a new Copic one, which I shall be taking once I’ve caught up with everything else and have the spare mental capacity 🙂

Baby dragons  - detail

Supplies:

  • stamps:
    Clearly Besotted – hot stuff
    Clearly Besotted – sentimental type
  • inks:
    My Favorite Things – hybrid – black licorice
    Versafine – onyx black
  • colour:
    Distress ink pad – wilted violet
  • Copic markers:
    sitting dragon
    body – YG61, G43, YG63
    stomach – YG0000, YG00
    spikes/horns- YG0000, YG00, YG01
    standing dragon
    body – R43, RV25, RV09
    stomach – R21, R32
    spikes/horns – YG23, YG25, YG17
  • embossing powder:
    Judikins – iridescent sparkle
  • embellishments:
    Pretty Pink posh sequins – 4mm – sparkling clear
  • paper and card:
    Neenah solar white – 216gsm
    Strathmore Bristol 300
    Bo Bunny – paper pad – enchanted garden
    Hunkydory – adorable scorable
    scrap of black card coated with iridescent embossing powder

Another catch-up post. This card was created on 10th July 2016 as part of The Daily Marker 30 Day Colouring Challenge.

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6 thoughts on “Baby dragons

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