Thursday, August 13, 2015

Summer School Session 3 - Color Saturation

Hi!

Welcome to the third day of MFT's summer school - session 3 -  Today's lesson is called:

Color Saturation – The intensity of color. The more white or gray that’s added, the less saturated the color becomes. Cards tend to work best when the saturation of the colors are on a similar scale.  







I took the chance to create someting out of my comfortzone - a card with high saturation - This is not a "Karin" card but I quite like it anyway (-:
I diecut the flower then colored it with copics and then soften it further by inking over it.

Complete product details, videos and links to all designers that are "teaching" today can be found on the MFT Blog. That's also where you'll find information on how to join the fun challenges for a chance to win some awesome MFT prizes!!!






  

 


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Have a great day, hugs, Karin

9 comments:

Dotty Jo x said...

Beautiful! And it has all of your signature attention to detail about it, Jo x

Cindy H. said...

Beautiful card! I noticed as I was looking, make that staring, at it, the flower colors seemed to be pulsating. I'm not sure if pulsating is the correct word but the colors were going from dark to light - very pretty!

Kathy Cotton said...

LOVE this card!

"glow" said...

gorgeous card... it perfectly matches color with colors... gr8 stuff... have a sunshiny day...

Millie said...

WOW!! Absolutely gorgeous!!
Have a wonderful day,
Millie
Crafting With Creative M

donna mikasa said...

So gorgeous, Karin! I can't stop staring at that daisy! :)

Lisa said...

I love this Karin! Your pretty purple flower and the fresh green are wonderful together!!

Shari said...

So beautiful. My favorite color combo.

Jill Norwood said...

Karin you may have been out of your comfort zone but the card is gorgeous! Love the inking in the flower!!!! You are so talented my dear!!