Wednesday, June 22, 2011

First few in Stephanie's ROUND 3 book.

It's nice to work in Stephanie's book and not have to worry so much about bleed through. She encouraged us to no use the back pages if we didn't want to, it was freeing for me.

I usually avoid highlighters for some reason, but I wanted to do a test of all the ones I had to see if any were dried up. I enjoyed how this doodle turned out.

This dude has something wrong with his right shoulder, poor fella.

I am still working on my collab with Ballookey, hopefully I will get this shipped soon to make up some ground on how late it is.


ballookey said...

I know what you mean about hilighters, but using them together like that really accentuates their positive aspects. The colors all sort of complement each other and that piece is awesome!

I just love the energy of all your pieces — you've inspired me to try a little "something different" in Ellen's book. Hopefully I can post soon. :)

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

WOW! I love the highlighter one. Be back later for more commenting, must run!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

These are beautiful.

It's just the way that guy guy is standing, he's a little shy.

The highlighter one rocks.

Something Different said...

Thanks you two.
Yeah, I need to do more with highlighters.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I never would have guessed they'd turn out so nice. Makes me want to try it. But your design and the contrast of dark and bright contribute much to the overall effect!!!

Mike Kline said...

The Purple one is Rockin' Awesome! Love how it SNAPS! Yeah.

roma said...

All of these are great, Andrea! I too love the one where you tested out all your colors. Great energy!