March 27, 2017

Larger scale mandalas

I was recently added as a colorist to the Crafter's Companion Design Team for North America. This is both a huge blessing and a honor. I have been using the Spectrum Noir markers for over a year now and they are my go to before anything else. I love them because of the huge variety of colors and also how beautifully they lay down and blend on paper. I always get the blend I want and am rarely disappointed. Recently a newer line called the Spectrum Noir Colorista markers has been introduced. These are double ended and have a much finer point making getting into those tiny areas much easier. If you have a chance to try these I highly recommend them. You will be hooked as I am!

Since I am always on the go I store my Spectrum Noir markers like this. I am hoping to get the travel bag that Crafter's Companion offers soon.
This is my first project as a colorist for the Crafter's Companion Design Team. I did this cute little bunny from their awesome Colorista collection.

A dear artist friend of mine Marianne Balk of MBG Creative asked me to color her mandala and I was happy to do so. I colored this Mandala using a mix of Spectrum Noir markers and these Spectrum Noir Colorista markers shown here.

This beautiful Mandala is from the Spectrum Noir Colorista pad Eastern Promises. I colored it using a mix of Spectrum Noir markers, Colorista markers as well as some of the Spectrum Noir Sparkle pens.

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