Monday, July 14, 2008

The Old Gris Mill

I used the Art Impressions Gris Mill and created a scene around it. I used pretty much all the same coloring as the Country Life scene from my last post with the exception of Y15 Cadmium Yellow, I added that to the bushes, the hills and some of the tree tops for some variation in the greens. I did some Multi Liner pen work on this scene as well. The underside of the bridge does not have the blocks in the arch, I added those along with the lines in the water. If you have not gotten a Copic Multi Liner, I very strongly recommend them. I extended the right side of the mountain down into the trees with the liner also. I am off to Chicago to take the Copic Certification class. I am so excited to have gotten registered and can't wait to meet Marianne. If you have not checked out her blog, you are missing a wealth of knowledge. Start from the first post and read forward. Happy stamping.


Anonymous said...

Fabulous as usual Sandy, I never tire of looking at your stunning art.
Sheila xx

Sandy Knecht said...

Wonderful scene. I would love to have my home there. What mm do you recommend for the multi-liner?

Jennifer Meyer said...

Gorgeous card Sandy and your color is just beautiful. So nice to finally meet you, I had a blast at the Copics Certification.

Big hugs,
Jennifer :)

Jan Scholl said...

Sandy, I found you while reading another blog. I said, I know her! So now that you are certified, you gonna teach a class??? I got all my markers, sans two that are being sent back... I just need an excuse to leave the house and the sofa slug. See ya at Stacey's soon!

Carolyn said...

Hi, Sandy. As the others have said, your work is beautiful! Met you yesterday at the Copic workshop in Chicago. Look forward to seeing more of your work.

Anonymous said...

Its such fun watching Sandy create her art in person. There is something special about her coloring that makes them stand out from the rest. Awesome!

Sandy W.