Monday, April 4, 2011

TLC Creations & A Free Coloring Pages Anime Girl

The other day I was at Marianne Walker's I Like Markers blog and linked to the Copic blog where there was a post about Anime Expo Artists.  It was really inspiring I added a link to the name so you can go look.  I "googled" anime art uncolored and landed at a coloring page site.  My image today is from the coloring page site. 

She was for my Copic coloring book but I couldn't resist using her on a card.  The scraps beside my paper trimmed were perfect for it!  I've been practicing hair colors and experimenting with different color combinations because I tend to reach for the same markers all the time.

I really like the color of her hair and plan to use it a lot.  I used E79, E74, E71 & E70.  Her jacket is colored with R14, R12, R11, skirt B21, B23, gift YG11, YG13, YG17 and her face is E11, E00 & E000.

The sentiment is from TLC Creations, I love the round sentiments and thought this one would be appropriate for birthdays.

Paper Playtime - Anything Goes with a digi
Stamp Something - Use Something Digital 
Wee Memories - Favorite Color Combination 
Crafty Ho's - Birthday Card of Scraps 


Chrissy said...

This is wonderful. Your colouring is gorgeous. I have a few colouring pages too, that I shrink right down to fit my cards.Thanks for the link.I will hop across and take a look.

jimlynn said...

Very cute card Jan.....and your coloring is just SENSATIONAL!!!! Amazing and so pretty.

Nerina said...

Gorgeous colours in this and GORGEOUS *COLOURING* wow! I love your sentiment circle and the way you've highlighted it - it sits so well! Thanks for playing along at the Wee Memories Scrappy Saturday Challenge!

Laurel said...

Wow, Wow, Wow...... Your coloring is absolutely fabulous. Amazing. Love your card...... Thanks for playing with us at Wee Memories.

sgc said...

Jan--OMG--your coloring on this is FANTASTIC!!!!! Thank you for playing along with the Crafty Hos.

Dawn said...

Jan, wonderful card! Love the simple elegance of your card which is so hard to achieve. Thank you for joining us at Paper Playtime!

Maria Matter said...

Wonderful Jan!
Thank you for playing along with us @ Paper Playtime!