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21 January 2019

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Joan

I think Lacri Fine Art is where I first heard about the Luminance. Her work is amazing. Excited to see your cards with the new pencils. Stay warm, next week is going to be a tough one with high temps in the negative numbers! Brrrrr!

Karen Murray

Very clever use of the sketch. You obviously have a good imagination! I would never have thought of that! xx

Bobby

I love your interpretation of the sketch, Jaydee. I love my PolyChromos but they do take some getting used to in the layering/blending process. Thanks for sharing your card with us at Just Us Girls.

jaydee

Thanks, Ina!
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jaydee

Thanks, Joanne. It really was a challenging sketch! I need to visit and see if you did something with it :-) I'm hoping to do more coloring this week and will provide an update.
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jaydee

Thanks, Evelyn. If you are interested in the Luminance - check out this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3_6kAQx6K4 I found it immensely helpful
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jaydee

Joan... it's great to see some sunshine in Mn today :-) and hey.. the temps are in the teens! :-)

I don't have any of the old Prismas, but everyone I've heard talk about them says exactly what you said... they used to be soooo good. I watched a review of the Luminance on the lacri fine art youtube channel and that's what sold me. I'm so glad I did try them. I'm hoping to do some more coloring this week.
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jaydee

Thanks, Kylie. It really is a cool sketch!
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jaydee

Thanks, Colleen. Yeah... I only ever use a manual sharpener. I know multiple people recommend them, but I guess I just remember the early office days and those pencil sharpeners that were lethal! :-)
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jaydee

Thanks, Kathy! I appreciate it :-)
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Ina

Fabulous CAS card and great take on the sketch. Thanks for sharing at JUGS this week.

Joanne James

Love this card Jaydee! I have been fascinated by this sketch too and mulling it over for a few days as I feel like I need to work out what to do with it! What a great interpretation.Love the sentiment on the inside too - I would like to frame that for my office wall! I too am interested to hear about your pencil experiences and will be following your progress with interest.

Evelyn B

What a great solution to the sketch!! So interesting to read of your comments on the colored pencils. I am considering purchasing the Caran D' Ache and you are the second person who says they are wonderful. Thanks for your comments. Love the card.

Joan

Fantastic card, clever use of the sketch. I always forgot you're also from the frozen North! Stay warm from a fellow Minnesotan.

Please keep us updated on how you like the Caran D'Ache Luminance as you use them more often. I used to love my Prismacolors and all my old, ancient ones (20-30 years old and yes, I had really stocked up on them) are still easy to use and never break. Once they changed the manufacturing location and process about 20 years ago, breakage and consistent results became an ongoing problem. Read some great reviews about the Luminance several years ago. My budget doesn't allow for new purchases but would really like to hear more about them as you play with them.

Kylie

Jaydee, I LOVE your take on the sketch. I love how 'loose' it is and you have used brilliant images and sentiment. Thanks so much for playing along at Less Is More xx

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