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Saturday 12 March 2016

Distress Ink Speed Colouring Video - Bubble Tilda

Hi everyone, I'm back with another video for you. This is how I colour Bubble Tilda from start to finish. It's a speed colouring video so no talking, but I've added notes throughout the video on what colours I'm using etc to make it easy to follow.

I hope you like it, I've been working on filming a shaped card tutorial from start to finish, using this coloured image, so I hope to have that ready for you next weekend.

Want to see a sneak peek?

It's not giving much away is it? He he, you'll just have to wait till next weekend to see the finished card.

Thanks for dropping by :) xx


  1. Wonderful colouring! Thank you very much! With your hands it seems simply eheh :D Lol

  2. Enjoyed the video. I have a question. I'm fairly new to coloring with markers. Are you taking a wet brush directly to the marker tip or do you press the color onto a mat and take it from there?

    1. Hi Patty, in the main I'm scribbling the ink from the marker onto an acrylic block and taking the ink from there with a barely damp brush, you can see this best in my tutorial on colouring skin. However occasionally I will use the marker directly to the paper like I did with the bubbles or if I want to add an extra amount of ink to just a small area, I will pick some ink up with my brush directly from the marker tip for a stronger effect. Hope that helps to answer your question :) xx

  3. Oh my my, your coloring is just amazing! love all your video:) This one is absolute Fabulous! Keep up good work and sharing Linda! Really helped me a lot:)))

  4. Beautiful! Thank you soooo much for the tutorial. Jayne x

  5. Fab tutorial Linda. You inspire me so much. Xx

  6. Utterly fabulous tutorial Linda. So amazing to watch you in action, I was mesmerised! You're so talented and it's awesome to be able to watch you talent in action. Thanks for taking the time to make your awesome videos. Hugs, Wends x

  7. Another Awesome Video. My next attempt comming up I can see.


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Linda xx