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I just love colouring with my new Spectrum Noir markers. Don't have them all yet, and look forward to getting them all!

I've been asked to teach the 4th Spectrum Noir class in June with everyone receiving the next two sets - Pale Hues and Browns, and I've been asked to teach the final series of this class.

With these colours, the focus of the class is skin tones and hair.

The little girl on the left is MFT's PI 'Birthday Girl' without her balloon. And the Spectrum Noir markers used are as follows:
Skin -TN2, EB1, FS2, GB8 on the pallet using FS2, FS6 for cheeks
Hair -CT1, CT4, GB8, GB10
Dress -PP5, DR3 on the pallet using PP5, PP3, blender
Shoes - black

The second little girl is MFT's PI 'Being Cute Is What I Do', using the following Spectrum Noir markers:
Skin -FS3, FS2, EB1, FS6 for cheeks
Hair -EB1, EB2, GB8, GB10
Pants - TB9, BGR3, BGR1, blender & Denim scrap
Top & flower -BGR3, BGR1, TB1, PP3, DG2, PP5 for flower
Shoes -BGR1

And the third little girl is MFT's 'Cute-a-tude', and using these Spectrum Noir markers:

Skin -TN2, FS3, FS2, FS6 for cheeks
Hair & flower-Flower-EB1 CT1, GB5 - Hair - TN2, TN8, EB5, EB8
Dress -CT3, GB5, GB8, GB10, blender
Shoes -EB5

The additional technique we'll do in class is using our Spectrum Noir markers to colour pearls! (PP5) These pink pearls were coloured using

Oh, and the patterned paper is from MME My Girl 6 x 6 pad.


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