Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Hollibaugh

The Diva's Weekly Challenge #245: "Back to Basics - Hollibaugh"

Hollibaugh with a sweep of a curve.

 



19 comments:

  1. Oh wow. Such loveliness. The blue looks so bright. And I love the Printemps in the little spaces between the Hollibaugh. :)

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  2. Corr! Lumme! Lor love a duck! And similar expressions of amazement. These are lovely. Whenever I look at what you do, it makes me want to get the pens out and try it too.

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  3. Hollibaugh and Purk! Love it! Both tiles are amazing and I can't pick a favorite.

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  4. You even succeeded to make Hollibaugh completely your own. Love it Michele!

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  5. Lovely take on Hollibaugh, so beautiful.

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  6. Such beautiful takes on Hollibaugh. I love the idea of developing Purk with it and filling it with Printemps and 'Nzepple. Wonderfully creative!

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  7. Both remind me of a torch. Lovely.

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  8. Lovely variations of Hollibaugh !

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  9. Very, very beautiful. You really make it look so incredibly easy....and to do that takes great skill. I love your curved lines. Axxx

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  10. Great,Gorgeous! Lovely!Original.

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  11. I usually love this wild-messy-kind-of Hollibaugh, but your elegant, shaped Hollibaughs do have a very nice look to them, too! And I really love the colours, they are intense and shiny and the combination is gorgeous. What did you use here? Derwent Inktense...?

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    1. Thank you!!
      I used Prismacolor pencils, they are lovely to colour with.

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    2. Thank you very much for the answer, Michele! I guess it's time that I used my tin of Prismacolor pencils, but I always end up using the Faber-Castell Polychromos that I bought before instead.. :-D

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