Quidditch

So when I first made this card I very nearly did not blog it and was just going to throw it, however I decided that I would use it as a teaching opportunity about angle perception when it comes to creating scenes



The card on the left is the one that you will watch me colouring up in the video, however the angle of that broomstick was not right and it gave a very odd appearance. By merely changing the angle of the broomstick I managed to totally change the scene and it appear right to the eye


There is a video on my YouTube Channel Mrs H's Crafty Corner


Card Making Supplies

The Greeting Farm Honour Students Clear Stamps Set

The Greeting Farm Magic Class Clear Stamp Set

Time For Tea Designs Hooray Frame Die

Spectrum Noir Illustrators


Card Making Tutorial

The die was used to cut the card and I began by masking up the student and the broom and stamping. I then pencilled in my background and coloured both cards using the exact same blends

Stadium grass LG3, LG2, LG1


Tower Roofs IG10. IG7, IG5, IG3


Tower Walls BG6, BG4, BG2, EB4



Stadium walls BG4, BG2, BG1, BG6


Rings Black


Grass outside stadium AG3, AG2, AG1

Path BG8, BG6


Trees AG5, AG4, AG3, EB8

Flags DR7, DR6, DR5, GY5, GY4, GY2 / JG7, JG6, JG5, IG4, IG2


Sky IG3, IG1, TB1, IB1


Broomsticks EB8, EB5, EB3


Harry 

Hair EB6, EB4, EB3

Skin FS8, FS7, FS6

Glasses BGR1, BGR2, White pencil

Scarf DR7, DR6, DR4, GY5, GY4, GY2

Cloak IG10, IG8, IG7

Trousers IG10

Shoes IG10, IG7

Shirt IG2, IG1


Thank you for reading

Happy Crafting

Claire xx

8 comments:

  1. These are both awesome, great scenes and lovely colour work x

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  2. All that hard work would have gone to waste!! They are brilliant xx

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  3. Jus5 great thanks for the tutorial love and hugs Carole x

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  4. Sensational as always, your backgrounds are always of brilliance. x

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