Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Different ways of using Stamper's Big Brush Pen - by Deepti

Hello everyone!

This is Deepti Stephens and today I'm going to show you a card made with Faber-Castell Stamper's Big Brush Pens! This pen is so versatile right from simple coloring to Mixed Media. Today I'm going to show you five different ways to use these pens

For my today's project I used Orange Glaze and Cobalt Blue Big Brush Pen. You can shop these pens HERE

Now there is a variety of ways you can use these pens, I'm gonna be showing you a few different techniques that you can use to get the most out of these pens but remember! there is literally a ton of things that you can u do with these pens! 

Characteristics of Stampers Big Brush Pen:

  1. These Stamper's Big Brush Pen gives the even color and crisp images every time.
  2. It is perfect for applying multiple colors or ink blending and can be used on all kinds of paper and canvas.
  3. It has got a unique brush tip just like a real paint brush
  4. It is made with odorless India ink that won't bleed through your paper
  5. It is water proofed, Archival, Permanent and light fast so your images stay bright and vibrant for many years.
Five Different Ways To Use These Pens:

1. Creating Backgrounds:

You can simply create beautiful backgrounds by just scribbling the pen with front and back strokes on to your paper. This really creates an interesting background! I just love it. Doesn't it look like waves in the ocean ;)

2. Stamp the Solid Images:

This one really a fun part! Apply the ink from the pen directly on to the solid stamp and stamp it directly on to the paper. Pretty cool, huh?

3. Coloring the images:

You can simply color the image with a single color or add multiple colors for more depth ;)

4. Ink blending/ add multiple colors:

You can add layers of color for depth as I mentioned above! Apply two or three colors of inks on to the solid stamp, huff a little and stamp the image onto the paper. There you'll have it, a beautiful 'artistic' image!! :)

5. Stamping Techniques:

Yes! You can absolutely do some stamping techniques with these pens like Tone on Tone, Second and Third Generation Stamping and etc.

And here is the full card. I have also filmed a video for you guys where I shared a few tips and tricks along the way. If you like the video please give it a thumbs up and share it with your friends and also don't forget to subscribe to the channel :)

Thanks so much for stopping by. Take care and I will see you next time :)



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