Tried no-line coloring for the first time

I’d read about no-line coloring in a couple of British publications and then saw a new stamp pad from Ink on 3 called Fadeout No Line coloring detail ink. This ink is designed to take on the color of whatever is put on top of it so the final product will look like it was hand drawn.

I didn’t order this particular ink though as I haven’t actually tried no-line coloring to see if I actually like it, so I thought I’d try it. In the following example I stamped the planet with a light beige ink and then colored with Polychromos pencils:


This didn’t convert me to the concept, but it was a good start in my opinion. I’ll have to try it with other images and see what comes of it.

The astronaut was colored with Copics and the stars with Tombows. I then added some stippling and edged the card section with red ink.

All images by Lawn Fawn.


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