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Wednesday, 1 February 2017

The Rubber Buggy - Tilda Face Tutorial


Hi Everyone I am here with my Post for the
 here with a quick tutorial on how I colour my
Tilda's faces with lots of photo's as I have had a lot of requests.


First I stamp my Tilda today I used Daffodil Tilda 
I stamped her up with my Misti  using Memento Tuxedo Black Ink.
I have coloured her in Copics. So first I have roughly coloured her face 
in E0000.


Then I have started the highlights using E01 around her face.


Then straight over the top I used E11 as it makes the blending
of the dark colour easier and no lines left.


Then I blend out from the E11 using the E01.
See no lines.


Then I blend further into the centre of her face with the E00.
I also put a flick from one eye 3/4 of the way to the other eye.


I then come in even further with my E00 .


Then over the centre with the E0000.


I then repeat the process from the start as it gives her face lots 
of depth. So here I have gone around her face in the E11 I didn't
have to use the E01 again there as I already had ink laid
 down so it would blend easily.


Next I used the E01. you can see her face getting darker.


Then the E00 bringing it closer again to the centre. 


 Then I used E0000 over the whole lot.


Now to do the cheeks I usually use R20 but mine just decided to run
out and I had to use R21. Now to do them I do 3 small circles
 around the dots on the cheeks as in the first cheek. I keep doing that 
until they connect like on the second pic.

I then go over the cheeks with E000 and then the 
whole bottom half of her face with E0000 to smooth all the lines

I always add the 3 white dots to her cheeks.


There you go all done dont forget she will fade a
bit as she dries.

A dried face.

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Click the link.

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Happy Crafting
Jennifer

4 comments:

  1. love your tutorial!
    thank you!

    hugs, Ŧĭƙĭ
    ≽ܫ≼

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  2. Thank you sharing this tutorial, Jenny! Tilda is sooo cute!

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  3. Loved the tutorial Jenny. What do you use to do the white dots. Just curious what you use.

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