It doesn't work. :(Hugs, t.
Fixed the link, thanks for letting me know x
Brilliant tutorial, thank you!Ok, odd question for you... Where do you buy your brushes? For some reason I'm having trouble finding decent ones. x
The ones I've used in this tutorial are from eBay http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/JAVIS-GOLDEN-NYLON-PAINT-BRUSH-not-revell-airfix-humbrol-/280872636083?pt=UK_Crafts_DrawingSupplies_EH&var=580092881490&hash=item4165504eb3 size 3 and 5 x
Brilliant Video hun. I love your accent <3 xx
Thanks Jen <3 xx
Brilliant tutorial Becky l bought 2 Distress Marker's just for skin colouring Antique Linen and Tattered rose what other colours would you suggest l didn't have much success with these and l don't think l was using the right brush xx
For skin I use tattered rose, vintage photo (then tattered rose again), and walnut stain to emphasise the shadows. Some people prefer tea dye instead of vintage photo. I'm glad you liked it x
Thank you Becky that's really helpful with the colours x
So much fun to see your tuts ^^ I get so inspired and want to practice day and night lol
Wonderful tutorial. Although it does take LOTS of practice, having a great tutorial like yours certainly helps a beginner like me to achieve results I am becoming happier with. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and expertise.
Hi Becky, I have a box full of distress inks and almost every type of alcohol ink pen on the market but I have wanted some distress markers for some time. Today was the day I splashed out and bought the full set. I adore the way you colour with them and so have sat this afternoon watching your tutorials . Thank you ever so much I am going to have so much fun with these. Your tutorials are FAB, thank you for sharing Hugs Elaine Hugs Elaine
Fab tutorial Becky! i have had the distress markers (and inks) for ages but i never used them i was clueless lol! i am sure to practise now with your helpful tuts. thanks,