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Thursday, 20 May 2010

Weekend Workshop # 47 Video Tutorial

Well we have a real treat for you this week but before we come to that we have to let you know the winner of last weeks digi images from Doodle Palace , the lucky random winner is........


*******Hazel *******

Congratulations! if you could please email Debbi she will sort your prize out.
Right now for the treat, we don't have any sponsors this week but we do have some fabulous video tutorials from Michele, she has never done a video tut before but she is a natural and I know you will all agree the effect she gets using her ProMarkers is stunning.

Ok over to Michele - Part 1

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Part 2 -




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Part 3 -



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How great were they, we would love to know what you think and I am sure Michele would appreciate any comments. Micheles next tutorial will be shown soon so keep an eye out for it.

Now we have the new DT announcement on Tuesday so don't forget to pop over and it is also our 1st anniversary and to celebrate we have a couple of prizes that you may be interested in and that is all I am going to say, you are going to have to wait until Tuesday :) x

Hugs Gina, Denise and the DT

25 comments:

  1. WOW!!!!!! absolutely stunning...love the effect you get looks fabulous
    thank you
    hugs shell xxx

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  2. think its a great tutorial.. love the way you do the skin its different to how i was doing it.. thankyou !

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  3. Brilliant. Thank you so much , must admit was like pardon ?? when you said you used burnt orange for the skin tone but WOW love the effect

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  4. wow Michelle ! thanks-your tutorial is amazing ,You really brought the image to life-and you could nt tell that you were a video virgin !- you were like an old pro !( if you know what i mean ) x

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  5. Great tut Michelle! Amazing work you have done here. Stunning!
    xMarie

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  6. Wow Wow Wow this is great love the video tutorial they are amazing - just what I need to give me the tips on how to do it - its amazing- thank you

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  7. Thank you so much Michele.You did an awesome job. I would never have thought of using Burnt Orange for skin, but it looks fantastic. Thank you again
    Maree
    x

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  8. Wow Michele! Fabulous tutorial on using the markers. I have enjoyed these 3 and can't wait for the rest. Thanks so much for the time you took to do this for us.
    hugs marion

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  9. Thanks for the brilliant tutorial!! Thoroughly enjoyed it and learnt a lot. Lotsa luv xxxx

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  10. Wow Michele, I found all your tutorials amazing. So nice hearing your voice after chatting so long by email and blog. This has really helped me a lot. Thanks so much. Look forward to seeing some more from you. You did an excellent job, for a first timer! hugs Sharon x

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  11. Thanks for sharing! The tutorial is great.

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  12. Brilliant tutorial, I always have problems with promarkers getting the shading right.
    Thank you Michelle.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  13. Fab tutorial, it makes a lot of difference when you can actually see what you are doing. I especially liked the hair video. Debs xx

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  14. wow Michelle, what fabby tutorials. I would have never thought of using those colours for skin and hair. Off I trot to have a play.
    Anj
    xx

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  15. this was an amazing tutorial i must get a few of the colours Michelle used that i don't have like chestnut,putty,almond and sunkissed pink.I never would have thought about putting burnt orange on a face before seeing this my immediate reaction was OMG WHAT IS SHE DOING but now as soon as i get the subkissed pink i will definately be doing it this way so thankyou very much i found this tutorial very helpful for me and i am sure i will be coming back to list all of the colours too xx

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  16. Wow, that was just brilliant! Fantastic effects, and I see that I don't have to be afraid of using strong colours :-) Thank you so much for sharing, Michele!!

    Hugs, Anne

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  17. WOW....absolutely FAB tutorial. Was really shocked at what you use for skin but they look SO SO good I will have to dabble a bit with these me thinks. Usually the only time I used my sun-kissed is on cheeks sometimes & clothes lol........until now....lol. Thanks for sharing Michele, take care.

    Hugs Vicky xx

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  18. Thank you so much Michele! I've just tried your techniques on a card with a dragon. It was a little bit difficult but i think i can manage it with a little bit more time. You made it seem so easy! And the colours you used, i would never have used the skin colours before but now i really want to do the same as you did.

    Thank you for your inspiration :=)
    Hugs Heidi

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  19. This was a wonderful tutorial, including your little boy asking for the apple. I love the skin colours, off to try them now.
    Hugs Suzi x

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  20. Thanks for the video tutorials. I'm still a beginner and find a lot of help here.

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  21. That is amazing! thank you xx

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  22. I always seem to struggle with hair tones, so this was just brilliant, thanks Michelle. Just need to top up on some colours now!!

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  23. Have only just started with promarkers. Found a couple of YouTube vids, which were quite helpful, but these three were even better. As most have said, would never have thought of using these colours for face and hair and love the technique too! Brilliant, thanks.
    Off to play now.... ;@)

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