Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Distress Ink Tutorial: Coloring Black and White Images

Hello everyone! Ann here :)

Today I'll be sharing with you a distress ink tutorial on how to color black and white images.  There are different approaches to this and mine is just one of them.  Some like to use Black Soot the entire time, but I find that using some Pumice Stone and Old Paper really creates a more dramatic look.  Feel free to download and save the PDF version of this tutorial by clicking on this page: Whiff of Joy Distress Ink Tutorial: Coloring Black and White Images then click on the "Download" button.

I've used one of the images from the newest Whiff of Joy City Girls II release called Graduation Willow.  This is such a great graduation stamp! Make sure to visit the Whiff of Joy store to see the rest of the wonderful new images by Elisabeth Bell.







Whiff of Joy - Black and White Coloring Tutorial


And here's my finished card:


10 comments :

  1. wonderful coloring! thanks for the tutorial!

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  2. It's a wonderful card. Why not black and white, so beautiful !
    Great !
    Françoise (Belgium)

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  3. Hi ann, i just wanted to thank you soo much for your tutorial, it has really helped me. I have found your tutorial to be the most easy and informative one i have found. I havent coloured with distress inks before, so when i found your post, i thought i would jump in and have a go today. I would be really happy if you went to view what i have done today, see what you think. It would be wonderful if you could leave a comment and let me know what you think.
    http://lozva.blogspot.com/2010/06/no-longer-distress-virgin.html

    Anyone else want to check to out and leave any comment or advice, it would be much appreciated. Thank you again.
    x Laura x

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  4. wow what a fab way to do large areas of darkness

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  5. Thanks Ann~~this is wonderful of you to tute us:))
    Blessings

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  6. This is gorgeous!! That is one amazing tutorial. Thank you so much!!

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  7. Your card is beautiful..thanks for sharing your coloring in black and white. I love the effect you get.

    bobbi

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  9. Just one word for it: magnificent!
    Gonna follow your blog frequently :)

    Cindy

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